Healthy Kids Brantford-Brant

Healthy Kids Passport to Health

The annual Healthy Kids Passport to Health returns from Saturday, March 12 to Sunday, March 27!

Over 25 community partners in Brantford and the County of Brant are offering over 60 free activities for children ages 0 to 14, including pottery creation, kids’ yoga, outdoor story walks, cooking classes and coding. Kids can participate in as many activities as they want, but space may be limited, and pre-registration is required. View the full list of activities and registration details at the Healthy Kids Passport to Health calendar. Please note that activities and details may change. We encourage you to check the Healthy Kids calendar prior to attending the activity for the most up to date information.

The Healthy Kids Passport to Health Photo Contest page is now closed.

Some organizations may continue to ask for proof of vaccination, face coverings and physical distancing. Please check the requirements of any programs you are attending by contacting the provider directly by phone or email.

Parent survey

Parents, you can win one of ten $20.00 Walmart Gift Cards by completing our online parent survey.  The City of Brantford and the County of Brant in partnership with the Brant County Health Unit are conducting this survey to better understand the impacts of the Healthy Kids program.

Results of the survey will help inform future projects and activities for the Health Kids Brantford-Brant community.  If you are a parent and have a child or children 14 years of age or younger, we would appreciate you taking the time to complete the online survey. The survey should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

About Healthy Kids Brantford-Brant

Healthy Kids Brantford-Brant is a community initiative focused on promoting healthy behaviours and physical activity for children 0 to 14 years of age.

Since September 2015, this popular program has been organizing annual themes to encourage children and families to live a healthy lifestyle. The Healthy Kids project team works with over 200 community partner agencies and businesses to offer, and help implement, programming that promotes physical activity, healthier eating habits, less screen time use, and develops better confidence and improved self-esteem.