Since 2012, Youth Business University has been honored and blessed to receive several grants which has helped the organization meet the needs of the community at large, especially as it relates to the Next Generation and Young Adults.
Listed below you will find a list of these grants that our organization has received:
On March 1, 2015, Youth Business University helped Tower High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Community Service Project acquire a $2,500 Grant due to collaborative partnership with Youth Business University, Chick fil A Leader Academy, and Rachel's Challenge.
The purpose of this project is to encourage youth to speak out against bullying. The mission is to inspire students to be a help, a friend and a mentor to those who may be experiencing challenges in life. Moreover, we will be celebrating middle school students from CHRIS Kids for a day of entertainment and learing at Towers High School followed by food and fun activities at Stars and Strikes Family Entertainment Center - Stone Mountain. CLICK HERE to learn about this project being honored with this grant.
Atlanta Track Club - $1,750 grant for track and field uniforms in 2014
CarMax - $2,240 grant in 2014
Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University - $1,800 grant pertaining to the Student Personal Finance Curriculum/License and unlimited printing rights to training material/workbook in 2014
Munich RE - $300 grant in 2014
Success Magazine - $6,000 grant involving 1,000 Success for Teens Books in 2014
Wells Fargo - $1,000 grant on October 28, 2014
Munich RE - $300 grant in 2013
DeKalb County Parks and Recreation (United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service) - Summer Food Service Program grant in 2012
Munich RE - $300 grant in 2012
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