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The Westchester County Post is proud to endorse and support Young Life. Our publisher, Janelle Allbritton, MPH, serves on the Bronx Region board and encourages you to take a closer look at what Young Life is doing for our youth in New York.
Visit the Young Life Bronx website HERE.
Young Life is a Christian-based organization but serves others with no conditions. Youth from all backgrounds, religions, and belief systems are always welcome and made to feel very much at home.
There are several programs running to serve youth with different needs:
In WyldLife, we love middle school kids! They are full of life and yet experiencing profound emotional and physical changes. And so WyldLife leaders seek to model and express God's love to our young friends by learning their names, hearing their stories and honoring their God-given desire for a life of fun, adventure and purpose.
Young Life College
Young Life College offers a fun, accepting community to be a part of while exploring or deepening their faith. College students can also be great Young Life leaders for middle and high school students.
YoungLives has never wavered from the original vision to reach teen moms by entering their world, modeling the unconditional love of Christ, and encouraging them to become the women and mothers God created them to be. Through Young Life’s time-tested methods and life-on-life mentoring, teen moms are empowered to make positive choices, set and achieve goals, and live a future rooted in Christ.
Young Life leaders have the privilege of knowing and sharing their lives with teenagers and young adults with disabilities. While all Young Life activities are open to every high school student, many Young Life areas have dedicated programs for students and young adults with disabilities, typically referred to as Young Life Capernaum.
If you have never heard of The Andrew Freedman Home, you are in for a treat.
This beautiful venue is rich in history and houses a steady stream of cultural events and artists. We are grateful that the Wyld Night for WyldLife gala will happen here in 2020.
Visit the website HERE.
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