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We are so grateful for YOU!
To our volunteers, Board of Directors, funders, community partners, youth and families, THANK YOU! Our work is possible because of your investment of time, energy and effort. We are truly humbled by your support.

From our family to yours,
Happy Thanksgiving!
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FREE TURKEY GIVEAWAY!

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Youth Empowered to Prosper is giving away turkeys to families in need.

November 22nd at 1pm
On a first come, first serve basis
1104 N Dixie Hwy
Lake Worth, FL 33460
SAVE THE DATE!
December 1st is #GivingTuesday
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Future Leaders Prep Course
We are excited to announce the Future Leaders Prep Course for teens and youth up to age 22 in Palm Beach County sponsored by BeWell. This course is designed to empower youth in 3 focus areas: leadership development, financial awareness and job preparedness. The deadline to register is December 17th
REGISTER ON THE LINK BELOW

Young Women Who Win - Recruiting Mentees
As we are in the full swing of another another academic year at Title One schools in Palm Beach County, we are excited to continue to recruit additional mentees. These high school teens have nurturing mentors to help encourage and equip them during this especially difficult time. One-to-one virtual sessions are scheduled weekly based on the match's schedule. Who do you know who would benefit from a mentor? Sign up below!
Community Initiatives

Town Hall on Black Youth Mental Health
Thank you to the panelists who participated in the Town Hall discussion including Marsha Guthrie, Program Officer at Children's Services Council of Palm Beach County, Dr. Amanda Davis, Clinical Psychologist and YEP Board Member, Michae Allen, entrepreneur and concerned parent, Tanya Tibby, Chief of Community Based Clinical Services for Palm Beach County's Youth Services, Imma Pierre, business owner, concerned parent and YEP Board member, and Senior Pastor and Board member, Bishop Craig Cobb. This discussion about mental wellness provided honest dialogue and tools to better support Black youth in the community.

Would you like to hear the Town Hall Zoom discussion, simply send us an email at info@ye2p.org.


Toiletries Distributed to Title One Schools

Thank you United Way of Palm Beach County and Children's Services Council for your support! With your partnership, YEP was able to donate toiletries to three Title One Schools in PBC. These toiletries included deodorant, feminine hygiene products, toothbrushes, toothpaste along with other much needed items for youth who live in low-income households.
YEP's Food Pantry

Click on the video clip below.
Thank you Partners!
Thank you Volunteers!
You invested 1400 hours & Served 141,000 lbs
of food!
Would you like to pay it forward?

*Become a Mentor or a Guest Speaker

*Volunteer on a Committee

*Make a Donation

*Like YEP on social media

*Participate in a focus group


Thank you for your support!
Youth Empowered to Prosper (YEP)
info@ye2p.org, 561.720.2492
1104 N Dixie Hwy, Lake Worth, FL 33460