United Way’s agency partner Youth Agencies Alliance (YAA) art show begins a global social media campaign to spread youth vision for a better world.
For 20 years, the Youth Agencies Alliance (YAA) has advocated on behalf of children and teens. Now they’re letting the youth speak for themselves.
The question youth hear from adults all the time is, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Why don’t we ever ask, “Who do you want to be?” This year’s Youth Agencies Alliance Annual Art Show, called “When I Grow Up,” posed exactly that question. Through an innovative series of art workshops, Winnipeg
This week is the 10th Annual Bullying Awareness Week – a call for everyone to think about how they can play a role in preventing bullying in their community. It’s a time to celebrate and promote solutions to the problems of bullying – because everyone deserves a safe and caring environment to grow up in, and we all have a hand in making that happen.
Mermaids, ships and rocket cars – there’s no limit to what kids can create when they’re given the opportunity! Check out The Great Animation, a stop-motion art project by 200 kids from the Youth Agencies Alliance, a group of 18 youth-serving organizations that is supported by United Way. The Great Animation is this year’s offering
“It’s great to all be on the same team,” says Izzy Goluch of the Youth Agencies Alliance (YAA). That desire to pull together is the spirit of the YAA, formerly the Coalition of Youth-Based Serving Agencies.