Social Advocates For Youth

SAY Fire Update from our Interim CEO

SAY Fire Update from our Interim CEO October 11, 2017 SAY Friends, Supporters, and Partners: On behalf of the staff and board members of SAY, we thank you for your heartfelt outpouring of love and support, especially for the youth we serve. We are extremely fortunate to live in such a caring community...

Read More

May Volunteer of the Month: Kelly Kimmel

Kelly Kimmel is part of the Living Roots Christian Church and has been volunteering with SAY for over a year. She and her church community graciously donate their time to organize a dinner and game night every month in our long term shelter. It has been quite a success, and...

Read More

Meet Jada

[embed]https://vimeo.com/[/embed] [vimeo 215745370 w=720 h=405] When Jada’s father was disabled in a car accident, the path of her childhood and her family’s stability was deeply affected. Her parents struggled to keep up with monthly bills, including mortgage payments. “My dad wasn’t able to work,” Jada says. “So we weren’t able to pay for...

Read More

Willow Project Grows in the Sunflower Garden

In January youth staff from Social Advocates for Youth’s Sunflower Community Garden, along with Sorrel Allen, our Garden Youth Supervisor, worked with local environmental artist, Sherry Gibson from Wild Woodswoman Creations to install a 8ft x 9 ft. living willow arch for the new entrance to the Sunflower Community Garden. Youth...

Read More

Important Changes at SAY

First, know that you are very important to us at SAY and the youth we serve. Thank you. In this email we have two big announcements. We are excited to announce that our Chief Operations Officer, Katrina Thurman, will be stepping into a new role as CEO for SAY beginning on...

Read More
X
X