At the end of this last legislative session, we were told we would not be receiving a $250,000 allocation to fund our work providing mental health support to youth of color. Learn how we continue to press on.
Project Legacy is pleased to announce we have received an important donation from Mayo Clinic that will help fund our peer mentoring program and our transformational youth empowerment programs. Learn more about the exciting donation here.
Project Legacy is launching a new peer mentoring program for middle school youth, co-facilitated by our alumni and trained peer mentors. Learn more about this exciting new program and meet the mentors.
This past weekend, a group of the Project Legacy youth had the opportunity to see John Pavlovitz lead a workshop on building a bigger table within social justice. Read how it impacted our young people.
From freshmen in high school to first generation college students, this is why Project Legacy is here…to help. To answer the late night texts. To offer help when there seems like there isn’t an answer. They are why we’re here.
Thanksgiving. Love. Gratitude. Family. Food. Gifts. We are entering a season that is known for each of these. Learn how you can make a difference this #GivingTuesday as we enter the season of giving and compassion.
For Give To The Max Day, read Paul and Vicki Friedman’s inspiring #WhyIGive story and how they found purpose in giving back. Will you support our work to empower and support youth of color in Rochester?