What We Are Doing Now

TEENS ON THE MOVE

The Kidzone Community Foundation is  a supporter  Teens on the Move.  This program:

  • Encourages students to exercise EVERY DAY on their own time.
  • Recognizes students who exercise consistently outside of the school day.
  • Raises student awareness of the many exercise/sport opportunities that are available within our community.

Visit the Teens on the Move page for more information.

Board member Greg Redfern demonstrates the benefits of exercise at Impact Physical Therapy.

Board member Greg Redfern demonstrates the benefits of exercise at Impact Physical Therapy.

 

THE “BIGGIE” AWARD

The Kidzone Community Foundation is proud to offer the “Biggie” award annually to one Grants Pass area adult who exemplifies our mission and vision.  Learn more here!

THE KIDS DASH  – KZCF is now the organizing force behind  The Kids Dash, which will be June 20th, 2015 at GPHS track.  To register online, click  click here to register online at Get Me RegisteredWatch this space for more details.

Kids and parents take to the track in one of The Kids Dashes

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THE HUE-MAN RACE is  the concluding event of the Kids Dash.  All ages are invited!

 

Join the Hue-man Race at the  Kids Dash on June 20th, 2015 at Grants Pass High School!

Rx: Motion 

KidZone Community Foundation is pleased to announce that a new series of physical activity for at-risk 6 through 18 year olds covered by All Care and PrimaryHealth of Josephine County is running now.  Activity providers are  Club  Northwest and the Grants Pass Family YMCA .  The Foundation is coordinating organization, with KZCF president Richard Cohen MD as medical director of the program.  The program is primarily directed to youngsters who are overweight or obese, but is available for other youngsters whose medical conditions would benefit from physical activity.  Contact your physician for more information.

GoFit PE

Polar GoFit PE cardiac rate-based system is presented to Kathy Dungey at Grants Pass High School June 27, 2017. It will allow classes of up to 45 students participate, with individual pulse rates displayed on the instructor’s iPad. Funding was provided by KidZone Community Foundation supplemented by a generous grant from the Four Way Community Foundation. The foundation hopes to add a second system to travel through District 7 and Three Rivers District schools in the next year or two.