Catalyst for Youth

Investing in Youth

Current Fiscal Sponsors

Treasures 4 Teens

This program started by a Los Gatos mother and two teenagers raises money to purchase teen appropriate gifts to be included in Community Christmas baskets.
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Freedom Readers

– San Jose State professor Dorian Dreyfuss started this program in B4 a unit for young teens in Santa Clara County’s Juvenile Hall. “Reading fiction and nonfiction alike is a powerful resource to meet the crush of pressures young people face today, especially those in the Juvenile Justice System. Stories have the ability to illustrate to kids how they are not alone—characters in books face similar challenges and figure it out. Reading allows kids the ability to experience life at a safe distance before experiencing it themselves.”
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San Jose Walks and Talks

– A group of students have come together under the guidance of Greg Adler—a high school teacher at Santa Teresa–to provide walking tours of Downtown San Jose.
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– Its mission is to unite, educate, and transform youth through entrepreneurship. The program was developed in response to America’s need for youth entrepreneurship education, and it’s devastating high school drop out and youth unemployment problems. >>learn more

Soulero Ball Revue

– Its mission is to empower, educate and uplift our youth, families and community; while celebrating, reviving and preserving low-rider music, fashion, art, culture and history.
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Related Links

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