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By Senior Study Hall
March 2, 2014, Houston, TX–  Senior Study Hall will inspire teens to have a positive self-image during their signature program Teen Enrichment 101 on March 8, 2014 at the Covenant House Texas 1111 Lovett Blvd, Houston, TX 77006 from...

By Sox Place Screen Printing
Changing the lives of Denver's street youth - one t-shirt at a time.

By Los Angeles Youth Network
Formerly Homeless youth in Los Angeles Share their stories and recommendations for how to end youth homelessness.

By Los Angeles Youth Network
The Los Angeles Youth Network (LAYN) announces the renovation of Taft House transitional living facility for homeless youth aged 12-17 on 8/26 in Hollywood, CA. All materials and labor donated.

By Crossroads Programs, Inc.
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation recently provided a $5,000 grant to support Crossroads Programs’ Preteen Promise program, a mentoring program that helps at-risk Burlington County, NJ girls (11-13) meet the challenges of adolescence.

By Saving Our Children Foundation
Xenith Green of Kempner High School organized a donation drive to provide Saving Our Children Foundation with valuable supplies and toiletries, which will create LACK Packages for at-risk and homeless youth throughout Houston and Fort Bend areas.

By Allison Fuller
Musicians Ozzy Osbourne, Perry Farrell, Billy Idol, Chester Bennington, Travis Barker, Andrew Stockdale of Wolfmother & Dave Navarro Join SLASH to present: LAYN ROCKS Concert Benefiting Los Angeles Homeless Youth Hosted By George Lopez

By Transitional Youth
Net proceeds from Keys of Hope will benefit Transitional Youth, a non-profit organization helping homeless youth in the Portland, Oregon metro area.

By United Way of San Diego County
United Way has announced nearly $650,000 in funding to support financial education for formerly homeless, refugee, and economically disadvantaged youth, ages 13-24, and those leaving foster care.



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