The Ontario Federation of Friendship Centres has resources for children and youth on their website, including Healthy Babies, Healthy Children, resources for urban youth and children and Cultural Connections for Aboriginal Youth.
The Aboriginal Sport and Wellness Council of Ontario are striving to create healthier communities. Their goal is to promote health, wellness and spirituality through the use of sports tournaments and wellness activities. They also offer training in healthy living and other sports related certifications.
This website provides resources for educators and students interested in including human rights into education at all levels. The Human Rights Defenders curriculum helps young people learn about human rights topics using examples of human rights defenders of all ages and backgrounds.
The North-South Partnership is a collaboration between Northern remote reserves and Southern organizations, philanthrophies and individuals that seeks to help the children in the remote communities. An example is contractor's fixing homes. On their website, they have links to youth engagement and how you can help.
Kairos Canada is a faith-based social justice organization which works with community members and partners to advance human rights and ecological issues. Their website offers links to the Blanket Exercise to explore Indigenous history and lead participants to a place of understanding, as well as various other initiatives and reports the organization has supported to educate the public about issues facing Indigenous children and communities.