WE need volunteers for one of our many youth summer programs, Camp Indigo! Activities at camp are designed to increase confidence, teach communication skills, and promote respect for self and others in children ages 4-12.
Amala’s programs focus on young individuals including refugees and immigrant youth, many of whom have experienced war, abuse, neglect, extreme poverty, child labor, and gang violence; and provide them the opportunity to unite with peers from vastly different backgrounds and participate in meaningful dialogue, community building exercises, and leadership development.
Research shows that SEL programs such as Amala’s have proven extremely successful in helping youth:
Amala’s programs are open to all youth, regardless of their ability to pay; and 80% of their participants receive scholarships.
Please find our latest Annual Reports here: https://amalafoundation.org/about-amala-foundation/annual-report-2013/.
To find out how Amala’s programs have changed the lives of thousands of youth, please visit https://amalafoundation.org/about-amala-foundation/the-village/.
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