Little Things Count

A non-profit society supporting youth health and well-being through sports participation.

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Vancouver, BC

hello@littlethingscount.ca

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71285 8505 BC0001

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FAQ

Select a question or the + icon to its right and the answer will display below.

If you have a question that's not included on this page, then we invite you to contact us directly by or through the Contact Page form.

What does your non-profit offer?

The Little Things Count Foundation supports the health and well-being of youth by encouraging them to participate in sports, such as basketball.

In doing so, we offer a Volunteer Program for students to build relationships and gain service hours, Free Clinics focused on basketball fundamentals, a Scholarship Fund for post-secondary education and the Recreate program, where we redesign local community basketball courts.

How can I sign up as a volunteer?

An online Volunteer Program application is on the way! In the meantime, please feel free to any questions.

Do you host other types of clinics?

We are more than open to hosting a clinic of a different sport, should you wish to partner with us. Please contact us by or through the Contact page form.

What age groups are included?

Clinics are open to those in kindergarten, elementary, and secondary school. Each clinic will be dedicated to a specific age group and mentioned within the details section of its registration page.

What experience do coaches have?

The School of Handles coaches have local college/university and professional overseas playing experience.

How many children per clinic?

For the time being, a 25 participant maximum per clinic is permitted, in accordance with the Provincial Health Officer.

Where are clinics held?

The majority of clinics are held at:

Union Basketball Facility
#1061 - 11111 Twigg Place
Richmond, BC V6V 0B7

To view on Google Maps, select the address.

We will be sure to let you know well in advance otherwise, if a clinic is to be held elsewhere.

What basketball skills are taught?

Every clinic has a positive approach where sportsmanship, fair play, hard work and fun are of utmost importance. Each clinic will vary as to what skill set is focused on. Clinics will be a combination of beginner basics, to fundamentals.

How do I register for a clinic?

A specific link to the clinic's registration page will be provided by one of our directors, available on our social media accounts (in the grey footer below) or we can gladly send you a link if you a request.

Donate to Support Our Youth

Your full donation is allocated to our programs. In doing so, we are able to ensure every amount given helps further our cause of youth health and well-being through sports participation.

Inspire the Next

How much do clinics cost?

Our clinics are free of cost.

Are Covid precautions in place?

Yes, we follow and implement all the most recent Covid safety regulations provided by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO). The facility waiver has further details included: Union Waiver

Where can I find the Waiver?

You can view/download the facility waiver here: Waiver

Who is eligible for the scholarship?

All students who pursue a post-secondary education as a full-time student-athlete are eligible to apply.

How do I apply for the scholarship?

An online application form outlining requirements, will be made available soon.

What is Recreate?

It's the program where we redesign local basketball courts for the purpose of building a sense of community, as well as for the youth to enjoy in an outdoor setting.

How can I volunteer for Recreate?

An online application form will be made available soon.

How can I contact you?

We invite you to contact us directly by or through the Contact page form.

How can I make a donation?

To send us a donation, please do so by e-transfer to hello@littlethingscount.ca or if you wish to make one by credit card, select the link below:

Make a Donation

We thank you in advance for your contribution!

non-profit society youth sports vancouver

FAQ

Select a question or the + icon to its right and the answer will display below.

If you have a question that's not included on this page, then we invite you to contact us directly by or through the Contact Page form.

What does your non-profit offer?

The Little Things Count Foundation supports the health and well-being of youth by encouraging them to participate in sports, such as basketball.

In doing so, we offer a Volunteer Program for students to build relationships and gain service hours, Free Clinics focused on basketball fundamentals, a Scholarship Fund for post-secondary education and the Recreate program, where we redesign local community basketball courts.

How can I sign up as a volunteer?

An online Volunteer Program application is on the way! In the meantime, please feel free to any questions.

Do you host other types of clinics?

We are more than open to hosting a clinic of a different sport, should you wish to partner with us. Please contact us by or through the Contact page form.

What age groups are included?

Clinics are open to those in kindergarten, elementary, and secondary school. Each clinic will be dedicated to a specific age group and mentioned within the details section of its registration page.

What experience do coaches have?

The School of Handles coaches have local college/university and professional overseas playing experience.

How many children per clinic?

For the time being, a 25 participant maximum per clinic is permitted, in accordance with the Provincial Health Officer.

Where are clinics held?

The majority of clinics are held at:

Union Basketball Facility
#1061 - 11111 Twigg Place
Richmond, BC V6V 0B7

To view on Google Maps, select the address.

We will be sure to let you know well in advance otherwise, if a clinic is to be held elsewhere.

What basketball skills are taught

Every clinic has a positive approach where sportsmanship, fair play, hard work and fun are of utmost importance. Each clinic will vary as to what skill set is focused on. Clinics will be a combination of beginner basics, to fundamentals.

non-profit society youth sports vancouver

Donate to Support Our Youth

Your full donation is allocated to our programs. In doing so, we are able to ensure every amount given helps further our cause of youth health and well-being through sports participation.

Inspire the Next

How do I register for a clinic?

A specific link to the clinic's registration page will be provided by one of our directors, available on our social media accounts (in the grey footer below) or we can gladly send you a link if you a request.

How much do clinics cost?

Our clinics are free of cost.

Are Covid precautions in place?

Yes, we follow and implement all the most recent Covid safety regulations provided by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO). The facility waiver has further details included: Union Waiver

Where can I find the Waiver?

You can view/download the facility waiver here: Waiver

Who is eligible for the scholarship?

All students who pursue a post-secondary education as a full-time student-athlete are eligible to apply.

How do I apply for the scholarship?

An online application form outlining requirements, will be made available soon.

What is Recreate?

It's the program where we redesign local basketball courts for the purpose of building a sense of community, as well as for the youth to enjoy in an outdoor setting.

How can I volunteer for Recreate?

An online application form will be made available soon.

How can I contact you?

We invite you to contact us directly by or through the Contact page form.

How can I make a donation?

To send us a donation, please do so by e-transfer to hello@littlethingscount.ca or if you wish to make one by credit card, select the link below:

Make a Donation

We thank you in advance for your contribution!

non-profit society youth sports vancouver

FAQ

Select a question or the + icon to its right and the answer will display below.

If you have a question that's not included on this page, then we invite you to contact us directly by or through the Contact Page form.

What does your non-profit offer?

The Little Things Count Foundation supports the health and well-being of youth by encouraging them to participate in sports, such as basketball.

In doing so, we offer a Volunteer Program for students to build relationships and gain service hours, Free Clinics focused on basketball fundamentals, a Scholarship Fund for post-secondary education and the Recreate program, where we redesign local community basketball courts.

How can I sign up as a volunteer?

An online Volunteer Program application is on the way! In the meantime, please feel free to any questions.

Do you host other types of clinics?

We are more than open to hosting a clinic of a different sport, should you wish to partner with us. Please contact us by or through the Contact page form.

What age groups are included?

Clinics are open to those in kindergarten, elementary, and secondary school. Each clinic will be dedicated to a specific age group and mentioned within the details section of its registration page.

What experience do coaches have?

The School of Handles coaches have local college/university and professional overseas playing experience.

How many children per clinic?

For the time being, a 25 participant maximum per clinic is permitted, in accordance with the Provincial Health Officer.

Where are clinics held?

The majority of clinics are held at:

Union Basketball Facility
#1061 - 11111 Twigg Place
Richmond, BC V6V 0B7

To view on Google Maps, select the address.

We will be sure to let you know well in advance otherwise, if a clinic is to be held elsewhere.

What basketball skills are taught?

Every clinic has a positive approach where sportsmanship, fair play, hard work and fun are of utmost importance. Each clinic will vary as to what skill set is focused on. Clinics will be a combination of beginner basics, to fundamentals.

non-profit society youth sports vancouver

Donate to Support Our Youth

Your full donation is allocated to our programs. In doing so, we are able to ensure every amount given helps further our cause of youth health and well-being through sports participation.

Inspire the Next

How do I register for a clinic?

A specific link to the clinic's registration page will be provided by one of our directors, available on our social media accounts (in the grey footer below) or we can gladly send you a link if you a request.

How much do clinics cost?

Our clinics are free of cost.

Are Covid precautions in place?

Yes, we follow and implement all the most recent Covid safety regulations provided by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO). The facility waiver has further details included: Union Waiver

Where can I find the Waiver?

You can view/download the facility waiver here: Waiver

Who is eligible for the scholarship?

All students who pursue a post-secondary education as a full-time student-athlete are eligible to apply.

How do I apply for the scholarship?

An online application form outlining requirements, will be made available soon.

What is Recreate?

It's the program where we redesign local basketball courts for the purpose of building a sense of community, as well as for the youth to enjoy in an outdoor setting.

How can I volunteer for Recreate?

An online application form will be made available soon.

How can I contact you?

We invite you to contact us directly by or through the Contact page form.

How can I make a donation?

To send us a donation, please do so by e-transfer to hello@littlethingscount.ca or if you wish to make one by credit card, select the link below:

Make a Donation

We thank you in advance for your contribution!

non-profit society youth sports vancouver

FAQ

Select a question or the + icon to its right and the answer will display below.

If you have a question that's not included on this page, then we invite you to contact us directly by or through the Contact Page form.

What does your non-profit offer?

The Little Things Count Foundation supports the health and well-being of youth by encouraging them to participate in sports, such as basketball.

In doing so, we offer a Volunteer Program for students to build relationships and gain service hours, Free Clinics focused on basketball fundamentals, a Scholarship Fund for post-secondary education and the Recreate program, where we redesign local community basketball courts.

How can I sign up as a volunteer?

An online Volunteer Program application is on the way! In the meantime, please feel free to any questions.

Do you host other types of clinics?

We are more than open to hosting a clinic of a different sport, should you wish to partner with us. Please contact us by or through the Contact page form.

What age groups are included?

Clinics are open to those in kindergarten, elementary, and secondary school. Each clinic will be dedicated to a specific age group and mentioned within the details section of its registration page.

What experience do coaches have?

The School of Handles coaches have local college/university and professional overseas playing experience.

How many children per clinic?

For the time being, a 25 participant maximum per clinic is permitted, in accordance with the Provincial Health Officer.

Where are clinics held?

The majority of clinics are held at:

Union Basketball Facility
#1061 - 11111 Twigg Place
Richmond, BC V6V 0B7

To view on Google Maps, select the address.

We will be sure to let you know well in advance otherwise, if a clinic is to be held elsewhere.

What basketball skills are taught?

Every clinic has a positive approach where sportsmanship, fair play, hard work and fun are of utmost importance. Each clinic will vary as to what skill set is focused on. Clinics will be a combination of beginner basics, to fundamentals.

non-profit society youth sports vancouver

Donate to Support Our Youth

Your full donation is allocated to our programs. In doing so, we are able to ensure every amount given helps further our cause of youth health and well-being through sports participation.

Inspire the Next

How do I register for a clinic?

A specific link to the clinic's registration page will be provided by one of our directors, available on our social media accounts (in the grey footer below) or we can gladly send you a link if you a request.

How much do clinics cost?

Our clinics are free of cost.

Are Covid precautions in place?

Yes, we follow and implement all the most recent Covid safety regulations provided by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO). The facility waiver has further details included: Union Waiver

Where can I find the Waiver?

You can view/download the facility waiver here: Waiver

Who is eligible for the scholarship?

All students who pursue a post-secondary education as a full-time student-athlete are eligible to apply.

How do I apply for the scholarship?

An online application form outlining requirements, will be made available soon.

What is Recreate?

It's the program where we redesign local basketball courts for the purpose of building a sense of community, as well as for the youth to enjoy in an outdoor setting.

How can I volunteer for Recreate?

An online application form will be made available soon.

How can I contact you?

We invite you to contact us directly by or through the Contact page form.

How can I make a donation?

To send us a donation, please do so by e-transfer to hello@littlethingscount.ca or if you wish to make one by credit card, select the link below:

Make a Donation

We thank you in advance for your contribution!