Mark Twain once said, “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” In the 21st century our youth need to be encouraged to explore, dream and engage in discovering new knowledge and truths. Our Foundation’s motto “empowering young people to reach their potential” is a promise I made to myself and one which governs our foundation. Our foundation mentors youth who give us the honour of working with them.
We live in challenging times. Our youth face obstacles including difficult living conditions, limited financial supports, a poor economic climate, increased childhood obesity and mental wellness issues. Our youth need our support!
The Free for All Foundation advocate for our youth. We will draw their awareness to programs that will support character development and enhance self-esteem which are important keys to their future success! FFAF’s activities cover six main categories: Education, Mentorship, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Recreation, and Art. Focusing on these six areas will help our youth move beyond simply hoping for a better tomorrow to believing that a brighter future is at hand.
As the President of the Board, I am committed to the vision, mission, and values of FFAF. I invite you and/or your organization to join the FFAF team in supporting youth through our foundation. Be part of our team by donating your time, talents, and resources to this worthy cause.
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our initiatives and how you can help “change a generation one youth at a time.”
A Big Thank you!
Thank you to the donors who continue to make FFAF a successful organization. Our programs grow and improve because of the investment you make in this organization. I am proud to say that there is an enormous return on your investment in the form of solid skills acquired by youth who face financial barriers. Thank you once again.
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