Modesto : Emancipated Youth (Silver)
|date:||April 8, 2017|
Every year in California, an estimated 4,000 youth transition from dependents of the foster care system into emancipated adulthood between the ages of 18 - 21. The emancipated youth are usually left to transition with few resources, if any at all. Each year, Love Modesto collaborates with Stanislaus County’s After 18 Program and other community participants on a project to deliver groceries and encouragement to former and extended care foster youth, many who are single parents, located right here in Modesto!
Love Modesto April 8 begins at 8am on I & 10th Streets, right in front of the Gallo Center. Festivities (free food, t-shirt, fun, etc.) begin at 8am and the Rally will begin around 8:45am. You will meet here BEFORE GOING TO YOUR PROJECT LOCATION.
When you arrive, you'll want to find your project sign and meet your project leader. After the Rally, you will meet at your project sign and hear important instructions from your project leader BEFORE GOING TO YOUR PROJECT LOCATION.
Thank you for your willingness to "Love Modesto"! If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org