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Over 100 organizations representing a cross section of student organizers, educators, and more endorsed Student Voice‘s call for meaningful youth engagement in the next Department of Education.
Alongside over 300 other organizations around the country, the YMCA of the USA, as well as 43 local YMCAs, were the recipients of an unprecedented philanthropic gift from MacKenzie Scott.
Across the country, youth leaders are speaking-out to ensure that charities and nonprofits are prioritized as part of the coronavirus relief efforts considered by their Members of Congress.
On Tuesday, Jan. 26th at 8:30pm ET, we will host a virtual YMCA National Youth Assembly open to all youth across the country, offering the chance to reflect on where we are, together.
Become a Student Sponsor of the bipartisan Educating for Democracy Act, which creates federal grants to nonprofits and educational institutions that support and expand access to civics and history education.
In addition to recovery from COVID-19, advancing equity – with a focus on youth, is a top priority for our movement. We’re asking youth to submit ideas for how they think the Y can help advance youth equity.
While graduating seniors in YMCA programs around the country had their year cut short, we’re excited to host a nationwide celebration for the Y’s Class of 2020! Join us on Thursday, May 28th.