Asia’s Story

Asia’s Story

If you listen to The Krush this week, you might hear a special appeal from Asia, a young woman who worked in SAY’s Summer Jobs Program earlier this year. If not, you can listen to the spot below:

700 that’s how many kids are sleeping on the streets of Sonoma County tonight.

Hi I’m Cat, of Social Advocates for Youth. Meet Asia, an at-risk youth helped by SAY’s services.

“I was introduced to SAY through my probation officer. I started off doing the Summer Jobs Program. We did creek maintenance. Basically, we all became family.”

“I needed to make money because my mom was going through breast cancer, and I needed money because I have four little sisters. I would definitely recommend SAY. They helped me out so much. I am no longer on probation, my life right now is probably at it’s best. I pay bills and I’m really proud of myself.”

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