Urban Alliance

Next Generation: Helping Connect Children, Youth and Families to Needed Resources

On Thursday, February 22, 34 individuals representing 19 child and youth programs run by local churches and parachurch organizations participated in Urban Alliance's Next Generation quarterly meeting.
At this meeting, participants were equipped with toolkits filled with materials about community-based programs and services for children, youth and families that will help ministry leaders connect children, youth and families to resources in the local community to more holistically meet their needs.
Next Generation is an Urban Alliance initiative to help churches and parachurch organizations reach and serve youth so they develop the character, relationships and skills needed to succeed in their schools and communities. Learn more by clicking below.
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