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A lot of nonprofit organizations dedicate all their efforts to the US community and environment.
However recently I come across a bunch of nonprofit platforms work on youth development.
I find that a real challenge for this kind of organization, and that’s for plenty of reasons:
- One: To set a rule about the age range and find suitable activities for them.
- Two: Teens have a lot of variable schedules, which means you will find yourself spend a lot of time make sure that your plans can fit in their original schedules week per week.
- Three: They don’t have a lot of skills, so you will find yourself working with them to establish essential skills like communication skills and social skills before moving forward with your agenda.
A lot of work but it pays off afterword.
Let me show you what I have found regarding these organizations.
## Place to chill out:
It sounds strange, but I found that a lot of teenager looks forward to participating in the nonprofit charities to chill out and spend more time with teens have the same age as them.
School is a good environment, but they like to do basic activities and chat with other teenagers. And the nonprofit charity provides this kind of environment.
Nonprofit charities give you something to hold when life gets tougher. 💓
##Time to know each other:
It is not all about participating in activities set based on the charity’s policy and missions. Charity like Younglife Community, it schedules big trips like camping in Malibu for its members.
I find this movement is pretty cool and important to reinforce the connections & establish real friendships.
If you want to check more videos about these organizations and much more about the other sections. Click on cooldeeds.org. Then another click on the “Youth &Teens” section for more videos.
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