On Saturday, March 4th, we celebrated YVC Day – youth from every single YVC program served “together” in their communities from South Carolina to Alberta (Canada).
With each youth serving an average of 79 hours per year, YVC of Muskogee is truly making a difference on its community and in the lives of the volunteers themselves.
A Youth Volunteer and Team Leader give us a tour of what it’s like to serve with YVC in Baton Rouge.
YVC of Racine capitalizes on its strengths to offer volunteer projects for as many youth as possible.
We’re visiting YVC of Washington County this month to learn what it’s like to volunteer with YVC in the southeastern corner of Utah.
We’re heading to YVC of Western Connecticut this month to learn about the impact they’re having in two different Connecticut communities.
Program Director Matt gives us a tour of what it’s like to volunteer with YVC of Alpena.
This month we’re touring YVC of Anderson County, SC, and learning about their service trip to Ireland last spring.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, YVC of Ann Arbor has proof that youth can change the world–one community at at time.
Summers with YVC of Corvallis not only include a week of service, but they’re topped off by a field trip to serve at an out-of-town location on the last day.