YWCA Girls' Centre is a girls-only space. At the Girls' Centre, girls 9 to 18 years of age try new activities, develop skills and discuss topics in a safe place. Girls build leadership skills, enhance their self-esteem, learn to live safely in their communities, make new friends and learn to understand and challenge the world around them. Girls and young women receive support on difficult issues, share ideas, express creativity, explore interests and plan their futures. And they have a lot of fun!

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What does this program offer?

All YWCA Girls’ Centre programs are free. We provide TTC tickets and snacks. Check the download bar for upcoming workshops, trainings, special events and trips.

Programs for girls

Miss Media 
Our 18-week mentorship program  trains girls ages 15-18 to work with girls ages 9-13.  Girls can be creative, have fun, and connect with other girls.  Learn to design your own website, blog, create your own magazine; also, explore the world of TV, videos, music, and media.

YWCA Girls’ Centre Day Camps
Our Girls’ Centre Summer and March Break camps teach girls life skills and build self-esteem. Additional activities include yoga, swimming, bowling, day trips and other sports. Please download our summer camp schedule.

YWCA Girls’ Centre in the community
YWCA Girls’ Centre partners with schools, community agencies and organizations  to offer girls support, help and guidance.  Programs can be customized to suit the needs of girls.


Who is this program for?

  • Girls and young women in Scarborough 9 to 18 years of age

Who do I contact?

Andrea Bruner, Girls' Centre Program Worker
416.266.1232 x15
abruner@ywcatoronto.org

Sara Ramnarine, Girls' Centre Program Worker (part-time)
416.266.1232 x14
sramnarine@ywcatoronto.org

Michelle Pena, Girls' Centre Program Trainer
416.266.1232 x28
mpena@ywcatoronto.org

Wendy Szeto, Girls' Centre Program Worker
416.266.1232 x26
wszeto@ywcatoronto.org