Community Outreach

Reaching Out and Giving Back

Food Service

Are expected to take inventory of food delivery, along with working in our Food Distribution Center in Partnership with Alameda County Food Bank, where we service 3,500 families a month, bagging of food goods, and distributing to the community every Tuesday. After the community has been served, there is clean-up that needs to be done: Stacking pallets. Clean-up of the parking lot and cleaning of the multipurpose facility, where all bagging happens, along with breaking down of the boxes.

 

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Urban Ministry

In Urban Ministries youth are taught the skill of having compassion, and how to demonstrate it through helping elderly and disabled senior citizens, by helping with yard work, grocery shopping, moving furniture, assisting in anyway possible. Going into long-term care facilities and sharing time with the seniors. It teaches them another level of respect for themselves and others.


Motown Soul Revue

COMING SOON: NEW SHOW MARCH 4, 2016 @ 7PM
Motown Soul Revue is more than entertainment . It is an event that connects people and celebrates the Spirit of Community. YLCI Youth together with some of the Bay Area'smost Creative and Passionate Performers are proud to present positive African American History relived and displayed in new innovative way. This will help provide an opportunity to examine principles that can hold our Families and Communities together. To learn more visit www.motownsoulrevue.com.

 

Project Trees

Project Trees: Starting from November 28th to December 20th 2008, the youth were introduced to a new endeavor. A Christmas Tree Lot. By doing this we were able to teach them some valuable life skills, teaching them how to become an Entrepreneur with just an idea. The youth helped to set up the lot, maintain stock count, were taught customer service skills, marketing skills, time management and money management skills. Working in a team setting, the youth were mirrored with one of three adults that supervised their time on the lot.