Around 40 children attend PCYC's Saturday night activities

PCYC Moree opened its doors to the Moree youth on Saturday night, staying open late running games and activities to help keep children off the streets.

The centre was open until 1am, with around 40 children participating in the late night activities.

There were no major issues on the night and all the children who attended enjoyed themselves.

"It ran really well, I think it's been a pretty big success," PCYC manager Tayla Macey said.

"We'll definitely finish off the month strong with the program and hopefully find some funding to continue to it."

Ms Macey said the last time they were able to run a similar program, there was no juvenile crime on the night of the events, and while she hasn't seen the statistics she's hopeful that was repeated on Saturday night.

Woolworths have also come on board to assist the PCYC, donating a lot of the food they have been using to feed the children.

The PCYC will also be hosting the Hogs for the Homeless tour this weekend.

They will run a couple of activities on Sunday afternoon in the lead up to the hogs arriving, before the hogs run a clinic and lead some games and activities of their own.

The hogs will run a boxing clinic on Monday morning before moving on to the next part of their tour.