COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS COALITION COUNCIL LAUNCHES GLOBAL GRANT INSTITUTE
Community Connections Coalition Council (CCCC) is pleased to announce the launch of its Global Grant Institute. Tammy Perry, CEO and Executive Director of CCCC says that she has been providing grant workshops for almost ten years and noticed an increase in the need for nonprofits to be educated about funding opportunities. Perry says, "Many faith-based organizations suffer unnecessary financial hardships due to a lack of knowledge of funding opportunities." Organizations can register or schedule grant workshops by emailing: email@example.com
NATIONAL YOUTH ACTIVISM COALITION YOUTH LEADERS MAKE LOCAL HEADLINES RAISING AWARENESS
Current Campaigns (Colorado)
National Youth Activism Coalition President,
Kian "Alex" Malone(second from right) Launches National GET-ACTIVE-MENTALLY-EXCEL (G.A.M.E.) Project encouraging youth diagnosed with chronic and serious illness to:
(G-A-M-E). At the age of 12 "Alex" fell ill and was diagnosed with highly fatal heart condition Left Ventricular Hypertrophy. He would return to competitive sports and hit 3 home runs and steal many bases---earning him a spot of the NASA Area Little League Baseball All-Star team. Nearly a year later, Alex fell gravely ill again. At the age of 13, he was diagnosed with the potential silent killer Juvenile Diabetes. Taking 4 injections of insulin a day, he returned to the football field that season and scored many touchdowns. He received "Offensive Player of the Year" award. In 2017, after being diagnosed with Stage 2 Kidney Disease, Alex was ranked as one of the top fastest Sophomores in the state for Track and Field.
Alex has launched a national campaign encouraging other youth diagnosed with serious and/or chronic illness to (G-A-M-E). GET-ACTIVE-MENTALLY-EXCEL. Alex says, "Many parents panic when their child is diagnosed with a serious or chronic illness thinking that competitive sports may not be good for their child. I want to lead by example to show that children can be diagnosed with a heart condition and play baseball and run track. A child with Type 1 Diabetes can continue to play football." Alex hopes to continue setting an example by playing competitive sports in college.
Alex is a volunteer/member of:
Team Captain Chatfield High School Football Team
Team Captain Chatfield High School Track Team
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
American Heart Association
National Kidney Foundation
Danny Dietz Leadership & Training Foundation
Dakota Ridge Pediatric Cancer Event
Denver Walk-Autism Speaks Walk
NYAC President, Kian "Alex" Malone Makes Local Headlines
Current Campaigns (Nebraska)
National Youth Activism Coalition
Vice President, Victor Ramirez
Launches National "It's On Us" Project to raise awareness about Domestic Violence.
Victor hopes to raise awareness about domestic violence, date rape,
sexual harassment, sexual assault,
hate crimes against LBGTQ.
He says, "It's On Us!"
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS
The National Youth Activism Coalition
(Lauren Arroyo)with Breast Cancer Survivor, Rita Hughes raise awareness about Breast Cancer. Encouraging
FEEDING THE HUNGRY
Youth Activism Coalition led a food drive to feed needy families.
The youth were able to adopt
10 families to feed.