Georgia Center for Youth Excellence (GACYE) visits The Movement
Jun 27, 2018
The Movement was visited by Michael Daniels to discuss their non-profit youth shelter. The organization is called Georgia Center for Youth Excellence (GACYE). They are a 501c3 organization operating from a grant from the Department of Health and Human Services. Michael Daniels used his time on The Movement to reach out to the WAOK community to let listeners know what they can do and the options they may have in referring people in need or donating.
Georgia Center for Youth Excellence is a non-profit organization that’s dedicated to providing high-quality human services programming for youth ages 10-22 who are at risk of being failed by one or more adult-driven system.
Our vision is to engage, develop, and empower young people with the tools and resources necessary for them to become productive and valued members in their respective communities.
Who we are
Our programs and services are designed with the intentions of transforming the young people feelings and experiences about their issues through a positive youth development approach. Georgia Center for Youth Excellence will meet the youth where they are in life so that we can effectively serve as the community catalyst of change in their future.
What we do
Established in 2016, the Georgia Center for Youth Excellence is an organization who's goals are:
How you can help
We accept gently used youth clothing ( teenage boys) as well as electronics, gently used furniture as well as cash. All donations are tax deductible. Please feel free to give us a call to arrange pick or drop off. Please Call 678-545-6451 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
GACYE needs your help! Courageous boys and girls around our community are in need of support and resources to live productive lives. Join us and support youth in furthering their educational and career pursuits finding stability and a positive future!