The Saratoga Partnership for Prevention is a coalition of community leaders, organizations, and citizens interested in decreasing youthful substance use, supporting families through the teen years, developing better relationships between youth and adults, and building family and community norms against drug use in the upstate New York community of Saratoga Springs. Community members are welcomed and encouraged to join.
On March 10th 2009, Beverly Lazar Davis, founder of Youth Squared, and two members of the Youth Squared Advisory Council appeared on Round Table on WAMC, a Public Radio Station serving northeastern states, and were interviewed by Joe Donahue. An archive of the segment is available online at http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wamc/news.newsmain?action=article&ARTICLE_ID=1479101§ionID=231.
Awarded to Rebecca E. This grant will help to raise funds and awareness to help an orphanage in Tanzania, Africa. “Being able to truly make a difference in people’s lives excites me the most. These children don’t have adequate food, water, clothes or other basic necessities and to be able to change that is incredible! This project will help youth … Read More
Awarded to Emma D. We have done a youth musical for the past 11 years. Admission is always free but we have a good will offering the benefits children in serious need. These children often have a serious illness that could potentially be fatal. The musical is a good way to get youth involved with the church while helping children … Read More