The Rye Youth Council -
                      Fostering Healthy Development in our Youth
 

The Kids Against Hunger Project
The Rye Youth Council and the Rye Middle School PO
Are Proud to Present RMS Family Service Night

 

Our goal: To package 10,000 meals in two hours
Who Benefits: The children of Haiti
Why are we doing this?
Because worldwide, there are over a billion people who do not have enough to eat
Every six seconds a child dies from hunger and related causes
Haiti is the poorest country in the Northern Hemisphere with over 100,000 children under the age of 5 suffering from acute malnutrition
We want to make a difference.


Please join us for Family Service Night

When: Thursday, April 16th, 6-8:30 pm
Where: Rye Presbyterian Church, Assembly Hall, 882 Boston Post Road
RSVP Required: Space is limited to 40 middle school youth and 40 parents
Easy Signup: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0f48afa62e5-therms
To Learn More: kidsagainsthunger.org

Can’t make the date but want to help?

During the month of April, the RMS PO and RYC have partnered with the following organizations to fight hunger on the local level: Bread of Life, Caritas and The Port Chester Carver Center to run food drives and host on-site family service projects.

So be on the lookout for signups in the RMS PO Weekly Newsletter!

Questions? Please feel free to contact Sara Braun, RYC Middle School Youth Advocate, at 914-967-3838 x102 or sbraun@ryeyouthcouncil.org.

 

 

Because of You...

and your generosity, we are able to continue our work with the children and families in Rye. Thank you!

(And if you click on the photo, you will be able to see

the slide show we put together for you!)

 

 

STATEMENT

The Rye Youth Council is holding a fundraising event in April featuring actress/comedian Jenny McCarthy. Ms. McCarthy is donating her time, and we are grateful for her support. Some in our community have expressed concern regarding Ms. McCarthy’s attendance. As an organization that cares deeply for the people we serve, we regret offending anyone. We would like to emphasize that Ms. McCarthy will not discuss her health-related views during this event.
The Rye Youth Council has always, and will continue to welcome input from our community. If you would like to discuss this issue further, please contact us at office@ryeyouthcouncil.org.

 

ABOUT THE RYE YOUTH COUNCIL

The Rye Youth Council is an independent nonprofit organization, built on the belief that our children’s social and emotional well-being is essential to their academic and lifelong success.

Our youth advocates offer programs that foster positive behavior, encourage social-emotional growth, and challenge students to see the world beyond themselves.

We work closely with the schools, parents and community to create positive goals and to provide a safe, caring environment for all our young people.


 
     

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