The Ohana Project

The Ohana Project will provide safe, healthy, and stable housing with a foundation of love and family values, while assisting in teaching life skills, such as self-worth, self-control, financial literacy, and promoting education essential for life long self-sufficiency. The Ohana Project was created to provide independent, supervised, safe and affordable housing, with a life skills center and great common areas for socialization…

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The Chef Jeff Project

The Chef Jeff Project Relaunch empowers the future leaders of tomorrow. We believe food changes lives and the spirit of hospitality can be used to speak a language of healing and restoration for generations to come.  They create opportunities for disenfranchised youth, formerly incarcerated individuals, and those seeking a second chance by partnering with individuals, organizations, corporations, and the hospitality…

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New Yorkers for Children

There are approximately 8,000 foster youth in NYC today. Of these youth, about 250 manage to enroll in college every year, overcoming tremendous odds. Unlike their peers, this group of young people will not receive the same guidance, support, and tools as their counterparts. For many of these deserving young people, the resources provided by NYFC will be the only…

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The New York Foundling

A successful transition to adulthood includes maintaining stable and safe housing, remaining free from criminal justice involvement, participating in an educational or vocational program, and developing the life skills necessary to become a responsible citizen. The LifeSet program not only works with young people who are aging out of foster care and other youth in crisis situations, but also partners…

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New Braunfels Angels – Dare to Dream

The Dare to Dream (for youth ages 15-22) and Dare to Dream Jr. (for youth ages 11-14) programs offer an opportunity to individually serve an aged-out or at-risk to age out youth in foster care. Our mentors are advocates, teachers, guides, role models, valued friends, and available resources.

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Nevada Youth Empowerment Project

NYEP gives homeless young women (18-24) in the Reno area a chance to reroute their lives through a structured program that provides housing and basic needs, life skills training, opportunities to practice new life skills, and the support and love of a family. A principle-based organization serving women.

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The Mayfly Project

The Mayfly Project is a 501(c)(3) national organization that uses fly fishing as a catalyst to mentor and support children in foster care. The Mission of The Mayfly Project is to support children in foster care through fly fishing and introduce them to their local water ecosystems, with a hope that connecting them to a rewarding hobby will provide an…

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Embrace Families – Legacy Mentor Program

Our Legacy Mentor Program (LMP) matches teens and young adults in the dependency system, ages 13-23, with positive role models in their community. Mentors come from all walks of life, and do not serve the same role as a case manager or foster/adoptive parent. Mentors spend quality time with their mentees, introducing them to activities that expand their horizons; often…

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J127 Ministry

J127 Ministry is a Christian-based organization to aid young people who have aged out of the foster care system are orphaned or homeless due to lack of family. We will provide a loving environment, focus on the individuals’ needs and help reinforce them in critical life skills, emotional support, spiritual growth, and education needs.

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