Youth Leadership Grants

In partnership with Alan Fox & Family, we are honored to provide seed funding to projects that support the leadership development
of youth in the United States. Here are the inspiring projects we have funded!

Ralitsa Rano, Multicultural Leadership Project, Impact Grant 2016

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The Multicultural Leadership Project empowers refugee and immigrant youth in Aurora, Colorado. Through the program, high school students of all cultural and religious backgrounds share personal experiences, develop skills and assume leadership roles within their school community. The participation in this leadership initiative allows refugee and immigrant youth to voice and process their own cultural adjustment challenges and grow from them. The community projects will focus on helping their newly-arrived peers feel welcomed and supported in their adjustment to a new school, culture and home in the United States.

LaTy Banks, Teaching Youth Song Writing & Music Production Workshop, Impact Grant 2016

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The Teaching Youth Song Writing & Music Production Workshop encourages building healthy attitudes and fostering positive communication and behaviors in at risk, low income youth through music. The program helps to activate student's inner strengths, gifts and abilities by giving them a positive forum and outlets for creative self expression. Impact Grant funding will be used to run new sessions of the workshop in several group homes, schools, and in collaboration with community organizations in Los Angeles and San Bernardino County.

Adam Rubin & Uswege Mwakapango, RENEW, Impact Grant 2016

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We are living in the world full of faults and issues that end up on causing pain, depression and anxiety; a world where our children grow up not loving themselves because of bullying and labeling; a world where our inner potential is lost into an education that focuses on facts and not in developing a person. RENEW brings personal growth and development into the classrooms. With this fund, RENEW will provide 3 schools in Arizona with RENEW workshops and help them discover their potential, step into their power and start living their dreams from an early age.

Yaminah Childress, DREAM Mentoring Program, Impact Grant 2016

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The DREAM Mentoring Program empowers at-risk youth to become their best selves through mentoring, educational support, life-skill training, art, and cultural immersion. The Impact Grant funds will be used for a community outreach and fundraising initiative that will spread awareness about the program, encourage volunteerism, and sustain operations to further impact our most valuable resources, our youth!

Wendy Guzman, Vermont Square Branch Friends of the Library, Impact Grant 2016

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The Vermont Square Branch Friends of the Library program is a volunteer organization dedicated to raising funds to support the Vermont Square Branch City Library programs and Los Angeles County library services and to promote community interest in libraries, reading and lifelong learning. Our group is dedicated to putting books in the hands of every child in Los Angeles County to help encourage the love of reading and literacy and to give every child the power to succeed. The Friends will use the money to help with our outreach efforts and to operate our youth programs.

Jessica London-Shields, {she crew}, Impact Grant 2016

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{she crew} provides free leadership development and empowerment programs for girls and gender variant youth in Chicago, grounded in communal cooking, expressive writing, performance, and podcast creation. The $3,000 impact grant from TPP will support {she crew}'s upcoming podcast made by youth for youth, covering current events, expressive writing, self-care, and peer-advice. Thank you TPP!

Julia Hollins, North Durham Youth Empowerment Program, Impact Grant 2016

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Grantee Name: Julia Hollins Project Name: North Durham Youth Empowerment Program Grant Location: Baltimore City, Maryland Funding Partner: Alan Fox Project Description: The North Durham YEP program teaches youth how to build and maintain their own business by using there hands. We currently have a fenced-in garden, and a sewing machine. I need [...]

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