EMPOWERING FAMILIES.
STRENGTHENING COMMUNITIES.

Optimism: Can we learn to be ‘Sunny’?

Originally posted on Bhavya's blog Living Simply and Simply Living designed to help people deal with their everyday stress and anxieties. She’s looking forward to working with Let’s Get Together! to strengthen the voices of youth through the role of Youth Ambassador....
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PRESS RELEASE: Growth Mindset – From the Playground to the NBA…

An interactive, community event connecting children, youth and their families with emerging basketball stars to talk about teamwork, building a growth mindset, life lessons, resilience and lifelong learning.Mississauga, Ontario CANADA: Let's Get Together! in...
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JOB POSTING: Volunteer Research Assistant

Let’s Get Together! Is on the lookout for a bright and motivated individual to join our research team for a 3-4 month period. We’re currently completing a research project that seeks to obtain data from youth and community members on their experiences in learning and...
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Raptors 905 on Parenting 101

Hershey Centre, Mississauga - As the Raptors 905 players were preparing for their game against Wisconsin, the families of Kaza Kajami-Keane and Aaron Best were sharing their parenting stories with families from across the GTA. Parent Involvement Matters is an event...
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Raptors 905 and Let’s Get Together! partner to support parents, make connections and build a community

“I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard and valued; when they can give and receive without judgement; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.” - Dr. Brene Brown From left to right: Hugh and...
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A comprehensive collection of  resources recommended by parents and youth for parents and youth.

Community Learning HUB

Securing funding and mobilizing subject matter experts to offer training, webinars and events.

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Parent EXPO 

Bringing together parents, parent councils, schools and communities to learn and network together.

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Learn.

Inspiring youth to take initiative in their learning with the encouragement and support of community partners.

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Learning and informationnworkshops available to the community

The e-book “Let’s Get Together! Succeeding In Math” puts a human face and voice to mathematics learning by sharing math experiences and tips in concrete ways!  The inspirational math stories from parents, students and educators highlight the importance and significance of sharing mathematic dialogue, learning experiences and wisdom that are all transferable to every areas of our lives!

Denise Lobo

Educator, Ontario

Let’s Get Together! makes important connections and partnerships with school administrators and workshop providers. LGT works with schools to find funding to bring in qualified authors, and working professionals to lead meaningful workshops. As an author, LGT offers a valuable service because they represent my work and put me in front of the people that I write for.

Elyse Kishimoto

Author, The Dining and Social Club for Time Travellers

I attended a Let’s Get Together! event to play board games and had a great time. As a teacher and board game aficionado, I whole-heartedly agree with their philosophy of using board games to promote social skills and communication, as well as game-specific skills such as forward planning, critical thinking, and logic. Learning is more meaningful when children are engaged in the task, and fun certainly promotes engagement.”

Scott Kelly

Parent and Educator, Ontario

Let’s Get Together! focuses on supporting parents so that they, in turn, can support their children. It means closing the age and communication gap between parent and child and giving them more opportunities to get together! It also means investing in a child’s future by taking little steps today!

Dianne L

Student Volunteer, UTM