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Place and purpose for all

Our neighbours are our customers. We serve people from ages birth to senior, of all cultures, ethnicities and economic backgrounds who come to us with a defined need.

Kinbridge then works with these individuals to meet that need, taking great pride along the way to foster relationships with the people next door, our police officers, other community agencies, our schools, our fire departments — people who work every day to make our community a great place to be.



Current Youth and Adult Programs

We have a full line up of programs and activities for children, youth and adults!

Fall Programming is now available! Check out all the exciting programs and activities for young children, youth and adults!

For more information, please email

To register for recreation programming, visit Campbrain


Pack Kinbridge Community Care Kits

Are you looking for an impactful, hands-on volunteer experience? Look no further! We’re currently working with Kits for a Cause to get our community members donations for their needs year round!

Alternatively to just donating, Kits for a Cause helps support you in Hosting Your Own Kit Pack Wishlist Fundraiser to pack Kinbridge Care Kits that are full of our community members most needed supplies (depending on time of year). Kits for a Cause helps customize your fundraising event to your needs while you help make an impact in our community. Click here to start!


Youth Drop In

Are you between the ages of 12-18, join us to play games, eat snacks, and get to know your community better! You help decide what we’ll do each week! Whether you like art, sports or just chilling – this drop in is for you!

Youth Drop In runs twice a week. Mondays at Southwood Resource Centre at 4:00PM-5:00P & Wednesdays at 200 Christopher Drive at 6:00-8:00PM. For more information, please email


Founded in 2016, YouthForce is a pre-employment and life skills training program for youth ages 15-29.

The program offers:

Paid Full Time Summer Employment

Year round workshops

Supports to further education

One-to-one mentoring

To learn more please reach out to our YouthForce Coordinator at


Family Connections

Are you interested in spending more time with the kids in your life? Are you wanting to make new connections with other families living in your community? Join in on Family Connections, where we offer unstructured play, as well as themed activities, ranging from art, games, fitness and nutrition!

Run around our gym with your kids, play a board game, socialize with other parents/caregivers and get to know your community!

This program is open to families with children of all ages. To learn more about the current schedule please email


Peer Programs – Community Health and Nutrition

Kinbridge Community Association in partnership with the Region of Waterloo, Public Health, offers several programs in our community that are planned and facilitated by peer mentors.  The Peer Program is a Region of Waterloo Public Health initiative that aims to build community and individual capacity using peer programs. The Peer Health Worker (PHW) program focuses on child and family health, as well as healthy eating and nutrition. Our Peer Health Workers are recruited from our communities and complete intensive training through the Region of Waterloo Public Health and Emergency Services, then they work with our neighbourhoods to plan and lead programs for our community.  Topics may include nutrition, cooking, parenting, personal safety, among other health-related topics. These programs are offered throughout the week – Monday-Friday.  Please check with your centre to find out what programs are currently running.

Due to COVID-19 protocol, all participants must provide ID and proof of double vaccination. Masks must be worn during programming – unless participating in our cooking or coffee/tea social times. Physical distancing will be required.

To register to participate please email

Let’s Be Neighbours

Cambridge Newcomer Outreach Program

The Cambridge Newcomer Outreach Program is designed to support newcomer youth and seniors throughout their settlement and resettlement journey. The program offers newcomer youth and seniors opportunities to meet members of their community and to learn about the resources and services available to them. Programming includes recreation and arts, as well as access to language skills development in addition to youth employment and leadership skill development to connect them to their community and support them as they enter the labour market.

Interested in learning more? Contact our Youth and Senior Newcomer Engagers! or 519-624-3855

This program is offered in partnership with the City of Cambridge and is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.



To register for any of our programs please email us at or call 519-624-3855 for instructions.

We accept cash, debit, credit or cheque payments.

Cambridge Neighbourhood Table

Cambridge Neighbourhood Table – where everyone in the neighbourhood is invited to share a meal and connect with neighbours and friends in their community.

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