Peace out for youth
Your $10 tax-deductible contribution will help Youth Bridge provide the special outings for youth in our residential programs that are experiencing substance abuse problems, homelessness, mental health and behavioral problems that are impacting their ability to lead productive lives.
Last tear 3092 youth were reached by Youth Bridge to help them with building a brighter future. Donations helped feed, clothe, and provide outings, academic support, counseling, and a safe shelter.
Donating by text is fast and easy:
- Text “Youth” to 20222
- Confirm your donation
- Your donation will appear as a $10 tax-deductible amount on your phone bill
1 text ($10) Provides 10 clients with ice cream from McDonalds
We would need $60 to afford this trip-6 texts
2 texts ($20) Provides 4 clients to attend a Razorback Baseball Game
We would need $300 to afford this trip-30 texts
3 texts ($30) Provides 4 clients with passes to attend a movie at Malco Theater
We would need $450 to afford this trip-45 texts
4 texts ($40) Provides 5 clients with passes to bowl at FastLane Entertainment
We would need $480 to afford this trip-48 texts
5 texts ($50) Provides 10 clients to one outing to the Jones Center
We would need $600 to afford this trip- 60 texts
Just think about it...we have approximately 60 youth in residential treatment at any give time...
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Marketing and Communications Manager
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