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Community Stories

5 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

As a parent, I am so happy that my son is apart of this wonderful organization. In the short time that he has been a team member of the pee wee football team of Clarke Youth Association I can see the positive benefits that being apart of a organized team gives him. I am very pleased!

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Board Member

Rating: 4

Our organization is a positve place for kids to be active in sports and not being engaged in negative influence. We do all we can to assist all kids and not turn them down.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I have been with CYA for about 10 years and I love the family that we have out there and we know it's for the kids. I have a 18 year old that ended his football youth years with this team. My 14 year old has finished his years there and now we have a 9 year old that is a pee wee. Having a foundation is what it is all about. I have served as team mom for many years as well.

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Donor

Rating: 3

Really good organization, an on site reveal that the volunteers are really caring, and my contribution went directly to supporting the kids they serve. I even had an oppurtunity to meet with the youngman that I sponsored

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

CYA help my son get a head start on thier atheletic careers,but more importantly they pushed my son academically in the classroom more than on the field of play. Coaches would show at school and talk with teacher about grades and behavior. When they had problems in school they were address by the Coaches as well as myself. CYA allocated $3000.00 for tutors to prepare kids for a State Required Exam in Georgia (CRCT). I think that why they have bee around over 40 years