Youth Outreach Services is partnering with businesses, universities and government agencies to save our youth. We are having a fundraiser – Social Jazz Event in which we will have a silent auction, food, and music on September 19, 2015 at George Mason University at the Verizon Building on Prince William Campus, from 4:00 pm to 7:00pm. Items for auctions are: Trips: 5 day cruise for two to Cozumel and 2 nights in Vegas including Airfare for 2.
Sample List of additional silent auction items:
Custom framed Autographed photo of Mean Joe Greene, John
Elway, Brett Favre, Tony Romo, Troy Aikman, Willie Mays, Bo
Jackson, Dan Marino, Dale Jr and many more…
Jimmy V tribute with full speech included in the framed
print, Rat Pack, RG III, Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods Legends Tribute: Michael Jordan and Dean Smith, Coach K and Bobby Knight at West Point, Mohammed Ali, Michael Jordan, Cam Newton
Cowboys Stadium Panoramic, Coach K with record breaking ticket against Michigan State.
Jewelry: white gold, sterling silver bangles, necklaces,
earrings, bracelets, pendants…
The funding will go toward school programs to break the “School pipeline to prisons ” and
to provide a 12 week job readiness mentor program to at-risk youth,
that will help our youth to transition to society as employable and tax paying citizens.”Students in juvenile justice facilities need a world–class education and rigorous coursework to help them successfully transition out of facilities and back into the classroom or the workforce becoming productive members of society. Young people should not fall off track for life just because they come into contact with the justice system.”
Quote from Secretary Duncan-
“This guidance recognizes that children in juvenile justice facilities
are often the very same children who need our educational support the
most,” US Attorney General Eric Holder said. “Under the Individuals
with Disabilities Education Act, every one of these children —
including those involved with the justice system — is entitled to a
free appropriate education.”
Youth Outreach Services and its’ partners are cordially inviting candidates who are running for office to participate in an informal discussion on how you will help break the “Education Pipeline to Jail.” Your participating will help make the public aware of your stand on such issues before the November elections. The debate is from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Please let me
know if you are interested. This will be videotaped for television.
Please share with family and friends
Some of our partners are:
If you can’t attend the event, and want to contribute to a worthy cause, we accept donations at wesharecrowdfunding.com/echarity. If you have any questions or concerns, please email Elizabeth Charity at email@example.com. Your comments are welcome.