The Pandemic Report is the first-of-its-kind report that focuses solely on the experiences of youth development nonprofits and reveals crucial data and insights about the knock-on effect of the pandemic.
Youth INC's Celebration Gala honored David Mussafer of Advent International with the John C. Whitehead Award and recognized Trail Blazers with its inaugural Partner in Impact Award.
The John C. Whitehead Leadership Award is Youth INC’s highest honor and recognizes individuals who have helped advance social change through their philanthropic endeavors.
The Partner in Impact Award shines a light on transformative youth development nonprofits whose growth and partnership with Youth INC effects powerful and sustainable change.
The Young Professionals Board of Scotiabank welcomed student-athletes from Youth INC Partner South Bronx United to their office where they introduced the youth to their work and challenged them to a friendly game of kickball.
Youth INC and nonprofit partner Change for Kids engaged over 220 RBC summer interns in meaningful volunteer activities at P.S. 142, an under-resourced elementary school on the Lower East Side. Interns participated in activities including Hour of Code, an interactive, one-hour introduction to computer science, Graduating into Greatness, a series of workshops designed to prepare scholars for the middle school application process, and Build-a-Book, a hands-on literacy activity that invited volunteers to share their joy of reading by helping students create their very own personalized books.
On April 18, 2018, Youth INC co-hosted the second annual State of Youth Development symposium: Advancing Impact, Justice and Hope, a convening on current policies, trends, challenges, and opportunities impacting the field of youth development in NYC.