Donations to EAS advance our efforts in promoting health and wellbeing for all children and youth. We take an equitable approach to our work, targeting our support through projects, resources and workshops to children and youth from low-income families; who experience disabilities, Indigenous children and youth; girls and women; immigrant and newcomers and LGTBQ2S+ youth. EAS projects support emerging community needs; themes include active school travel, Indigenous youth wellness, girls participation in sport and physical activity, activity in the after-school hours, and more. EAS develops classroom resources to help teachers weave health and wellness into every day. When students learn to be well, they take those skills home and forward into adulthood. Wellbeing is foundational. EAS also delivers workshops, province-wide and national events to teachers and school staff year-round to increase capacity for wellness and encourage collaboration and growth for all education professionals.