Youth Philanthropy and Service-Learning in Maine
Visit these links for more examples of youth philanthropy. Let us know if you have others to offer!
Provides after-school programs that include community service, leadership and enrichment opportunities to all youth ages 11-17 in mid-coast Maine.
- The EdGE
A youth development program of the Maine Sea Coast Mission for students in grades 4-8 in coastal Washington County, Maine. It is designed to encourage youth to stay engaged in school, build character, improve academic performance and build self-confidence.
- KIDS Consortium
Prepares young people to be active and responsible citizens by training and supporting educators, community organizations, and youth in best practices for service-learning.
National Youth Philanthropy and Service Learning
- Foundation Center
the Foundation Center provides information about foundations that might want to support various nonprofit work.
- Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana
A statewide network of 40+ partner organizations with the common goal of engaging youth to “give and serve” within their communities.
- Youth Leadership Institute
Youth Leadership Institute builds communities where young people and their adult allies come together to create positive social change.
- Michigan Community Foundation’s Youth Project ~ www.youthgrantmakers.org
A Youth Advisory Committee,YAC is the youth grantmaking body of a community foundation with a permanently endowed youth fund. YAC focuses on addressing issues of concern and importance to local youth through grantmaking from the revenue earned on the endowment.
- Association of Fundraising Professionals – Youth in Philanthropy
AFP has an obligation to promote and encourage the involvement of young people in philanthropy and the profession of ethical fundraising.
- National Youth Leadership Council
To create a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world with young people, their schools, and their communities through service-learning.