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MYSOS - 2013 Presentation

Mayor's Youth Summer of Service is a program throughout the month of June where active high school students volunteer at various organizations and serve their community.
by Monica Zuraw on 11 July 2013

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Transcript of MYSOS - 2013 Presentation

Mayor's Youth
Summer of Service
2013

Helen's Hope Chest
Adult Day Care
House of Refuge
Paz de Cristo
Save the Family
I.D.E.A. Museum
Child Crisis Center
Sunshine Acres
The Organization
What We Did
Reflections
The Organization
What We Did
Reflections
The Organization
What We Did
Reflections
The Organization
What We Did
Reflections
The Organization
What We Did
Reflections
The Organization
What We Did
Reflections
The Organization
What We Did
The Organization
What We Did
546 North Stapley Drive, Mesa, AZ
Boutique-like environment
Helps foster kids from newborns to 18 years
Provides clothing, school supplies, books, and toys
The Group
55 students from various high schools
2013 Statistics
4th annual Mayor's Youth Summer of Service
55 participants from Mesa high schools
469 hours of volunteering
CPR training
12 projects and 9 community organizations
$100 grant program towards active service
Two locations
Serving the community for 35+ years
Cares for elderly who suffer from dementia, strokes, and other disabilities
Provides fun activities to create a social and entertaining environment
Provides transitional housing for homeless families
Also provides supportive services (i.e food)
Served over 5000 people since 1996
Has 88 two-bedroom single family homes
Serves those in need with daily meals, food boxes, and empowerment programs
Provides resources for those seeking life's daily necessities
Provides community referrals to housing and medical care
First meal was served in 1988
Founded in 1988
Empowers families to conquer homelessness
Operates more than 175 housing units
Offer classes such as parenting and personal growth
Founded in 1980 as the only children's museum in the United States with a focus on fine art
Re-branding to be the I.D.E.A. Museum
Introduces children to the visual excitement and cultural enrichment provided by the fine arts
Designed to spark the imagination, stimulate the mind and captivate the eye
Opened in 1981
A safe home for newborns to 11 years of age
Tackles issues such as child abuse and neglect
Has served as a home to over 12,850 kids
Started in 1954
Provides a loving home for children separated from their parents
125 acres
Has been home to over 1600 kids
Celebration of Freedom
2013
Lifesaver First Aid and CPR Training
*Mesa Fire and Medical Dept. offered free CPR certification classes to all youth that attended
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