Youth Service America Supports & Celebrates Youth Changing the World During 34th Annual Global Youth Service Day (April 29-May 1, 2022)
Nonprofits, Schools, and Youth Development Organizations to Organize Local Youth-Led Activities Across the Country with Support of The Allstate Foundation
33rd Annual Global Youth Service Day (April 23-25, 2021) Celebrates Youth Ages 5-25 Helping Their Communities and Democracy Thrive
Youth-Led Activities to Focus on COVID-19 Response & Recovery, Hunger, Racial Equality & Social Justice, Economic Opportunity, and Climate Change
Winners to Receive Party Pack Grants of Candy, Costumes, and Decorations
More than 1,100 youth-led activities are planned in all 50 states and 60 countries. Anyone can get involved at GYSD.org. Many service activities can be done virtually or at home - from helping meet immediate needs caused by the pandemic to choosing an at-home activity for your family to organizing a virtual project that engages others.
Fellows Will Work in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin
60 Programs Across 32 States + DC to Receive $500 Grants
32 Nonprofits and Schools Nationwide Awarded Grants to Organize Community-Wide Initiatives to Engage Youth Volunteers on 9/11 Day of Service, MLK Day of Service, and Global Youth Service Day.
Powered by Youth Service America, 31st Annual Global Youth Service Day is this weekend, April 12-14 with 1,100+ Youth-Led Projects Across the United States and in 95 Countries Around the World
The Global Initiative for Youth Service will be Youth Service America and the IAYG family's organizing platform for young changemakers in communities worldwide
475,000 young people pledged to BE FEARLESS BE KIND last school year; Hasbro to donate a toy or game to Toys for Tots for every pledge taken this year to help families impacted by disasters such as Hurricane Florence, up to 50,000.
Youth Service America Celebrates 30 Years of Global Youth Service Day