To honor Juneteenth, we teamed up with the the National Charter School Conference, Thinking Nation and the National Liberty Museum to host a Black liberation themed art contest for students across the country. This exhibit showcased at the National Charter School Conference which brought together thousands of educators and school founders.
On February 18th 2023, a coalition of organizations hosted a free community gathering on South Hill Street to giveaway free food and clothes to the unhoused community in South Central LA.
Youth Advocates for Change partners with certified platinum artist, 24k Goldn and Project Level to giveaway hundreds of free shoes, backpacks and back to school supplies for the San Francisco youth community.
Event sponsored by Shoe Palace, lululemon, SF Giants, Golden State Warriors and local businesses.
11 year old Tahlia suggested we put together toiletry bags to help out a youth home in need. We are so grateful to partner up with Pledge to Humanity who funded this project. Great job Tahlia!
YAFC is teaming up with Moreau Catholic High School & St. Anne's Youth Ministry in order to collect coats and socks for the homeless in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco. Drop off your lightly used coats & new socks at any of the 3 locations we have in Danville, Hayward or Union City (CA) during December 9th-13th.
Youth Advocates for Change collected 1,600 books on diversity and education to donate to the Children's Book Project in San Francisco, CA. Our donation bin was located at Suju's Coffee in Fremont.
The Children's Book Project provides free books to teachers in low income communities in the Bay Area.
We interviewed 13 students to ask them about why it's important for Americans nationwide to come together and vote at the upcoming election. Check out what they have to say!
Youth Advocates for Change community outreach lead, Jenna Elaidy, reads their poem at the March for Our Future protest.
Viral student artist, Tyler Gordan, speaks on the importance of youth advocacy during the 2020 election.