Summer at YMS brings many programs:
Summer Adventure Program
Are you looking a fun, safe, and enriching place for your child to spend their time this summer? Youth Mentoring Services hosts a free summer program right on site for youth ages 7-11. The program runs 3-4 day per week for 6 weeks. Registration is required.
- Free lunch
- Interactive workshops on topics such as personal empowerment, anger management, social skills, literacy, team building, and how to be healthy
- Exciting outdoor games, crafts, and activities
- Free prizes and give away items
- A chance to socialize with peers over the summer under the guidance of well trained staff
Youth Mentoring Services partners Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club Camp Together in Hyde Park.
Click on link for more details.
Youth Mentoring Services provides tickets for children and their family, who participate in YMS programs. We offer tickets to various sporting events to Buffalo Bison games, Buffalo Sabers games and The Buffalo Bills Games throughout the year.
YMS partners with organizations to provide children and youth who would not otherwise be able to attend, with the opportunity to go to camp. These wonderful opportunities are limited. Children are selected based on criteria for each program, established by each respective camp.
Tim Horton Children’s Foundation Camp
The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation is a non-profit, charitable organization committed to providing a fun-filled camp environment for children from economically disadvantaged homes.
YMS children attend Tim Horton Children’s Foundation Camp at Camp Kenthaten (Campbellsville, KY). Activities include swimming, hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding, and archery. Visit their site for all the details: www.thcf.com.
NYS Sheriffs’ Camp
The Sheriffs’ Camp is located in the Finger Lakes region on Keuka Lake in Yates County, NY. It is six miles south of the village of Penn Yan, NY.
Deputy sheriffs play two roles within the camp community. Typically, about 4 to 6 deputy sheriffs are in residence during each of the six one-week sessions. They work themselves into the camp’s daily curriculum. They work hard to project themselves as mentors to the campers. Other deputy sheriffs visit the camp daily to conduct demonstrations of law enforcement techniques and equipment. Such as K-9 and scuba diving demonstrations. Each week a deputy sheriff makes a presentation regarding illicit drugs and alcohol use. Visit their site for all the details.