Hi my name is Breanna Young. I am the new co-director of The Youth Legacy Foundation. I am 30 years old, and I am a Hennepin Technical College and Augsburg University graduate. I received an AAS degree in Graphic Design Web Emphasis from Hennepin Technical College, and a BA in Communications from Augsburg University. I […]
We know that this year has been hard for youth and adults with COVID-19. There is hope and support for everyone to receive resources through this hard time. Phone: 651-645-2948 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Link for NAMI-MN resources: click here…
We are excited to share a new (48-page) package Transition Planning Tool for Youth with Disabilities we created for youth with disabilities from middle school through emerging adulthood, as well as their families and support systems. It is full of resources, information, and tools that are organized to assist with navigating this process. There are […]
Hello! The Youth Legacy Foundation has been active mostly on our Facebook page as we have been brewing some new changes and fresh ideas. We are still all about youth connecting with meaningful opportunities in their communities of choice. We do this through gathering and sharing resources, activities, and information. So what’s new? YLF is […]
The Youth Legacy Foundation is a free resource that shares information from across the community, specific to youth with disabilities. We want to get the word out to unify resources for youth. Click here for our full newsletter… Please feel free to send us information to share by emailing email@example.com or calling 612-293-7008. Enjoy!
MCIL’s Civic Engagement Program began on Friday, April 20th. However, there are still opportunities available. Learn how to use your passions and skills for a cause, stand up for what you believe in, create effective partnerships with others, advocate for change, become a leader, and influence policy development. There is a class, coaching, and peer […]