In August I met a Veteran named Jamen Manior who turned his family house into a Non-profit for at-risk youth in Hampton Virginia. I was a full-time Youth Development Coordinator for Alternative Inc. This man sacrifice inspired me to want to help youth in more of a direct support manner. I left a full time job with full benefits and decided to support his mission as Vice presidents of a grass-root organization that had no income. I took a chance on faith, community and grace without a guarantee salary. In two months I have started a before and after school care program, got my foster care licenses and submitted my paperwork to be a licensee family care provider. I still work part time but the reward that comes from this nonprofit work does not always have a monetary value. I have dedicated my life to being a resource for young people, families, and community partners. I have joined other service organization like the Khawanias, The Do Gooders of Hampton and volunteer when needed for The Center for Child and Family services. I have attached two video's about Jamen and myself that the News took time to highlight about community leaders. The organization name is Stop & Pop Youth Sports Charities INC.
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