YSA (Youth Service America)

YSA (Youth Service America)

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  • Everyday Young Hero: Trey Pope

    Trey Pope, 17, Cedar Grove, North Carolina, cares about the sustainable development of small towns and communities in his home state. He has been conducting livestock auctions since he was a child to raise funds for local community wellbeing. Thanks to his unique ability to conduct real auctions, Trey became involved in multiple community groups and […]

  • Young People Hold the Key to Road Safety in India

    Yesterday on the YSA blog, we explored how YSA and UL are changing the conversation on road safety in India through our Safer Roads, Safer India program. Today, Sarah Barrie (Director of Grants, YSA) and Chris Wagner (Director of Partnerships, YSA) share their firsthand accounts of traveling across India to equip others with the skills […]

YSA (Youth Service America)

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • YSA and UL Step Up Road Safety in India

    With an average of 15 deaths every hour caused by road accidents, road safety is the largest public safety challenges India faces. As the safety thought leader, UL (www.UL.com) works on game-changing ways to address road safety in India. For over 30 years, YSA has engaged youth in youth-led solutions on a variety of issues […]

  • Everyday Young Hero: Ian McKenna

    Ian Mckenna(11, Austin, Texas) became a fighter of childhood hunger in his local community from a young age. He combined his passion for gardening and nutrition with a desire to help others to found Giving Garden, which provides food through local school and community gardens to low-income families. Ian is eager to fight hunger in […]

YSA (Youth Service America)

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Everyday Young Hero: Ashar Yahya

    Ashar Yahya (17, Dubai, United Arab Emirates) is the founder of a charity cricket tournament (“Cricket for a Cause”) intended to help low-income kids from developing countries pursue education. He has combined his passion for his favorite sport, entrepreneurial spirit, and desire to help young people who are less privileged than him. With the help […]

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