Fill the gap for at-risk foster youth this Holiday Season


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I Pour Life develops America’s foster youth to a place of self-sufficiency through educational advancement, workforce readiness, stable housing, and financial literacy coaching. To continue LifeCoaching these youth, we need to fill a 30% financial gap in program costs.

Help fill the fundraising gap this holiday so that I Pour Life can continue to stand in the gap for these youth.

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Cost to Develop At-Risk Youth

When Noah started meeting with a LifeCoach last year, he struggled with attending school regularly after his dad was placed on life support and passed away soon after. He has struggled with motivation and often skips school when he’s feeling overwhelmed.

This school year, Noah is taking things more seriously, including meeting with his LifeCoach regularly to discuss his plans for the future. Together, they have been working through the LifeStrengths curriculum. Noah has expressed interest in becoming a welder and has started to explore courses at local colleges. Noah told his LifeCoach he feels like he can do anything with the support of I Pour Life because it’s the first time he feels like someone has really believed in him.

Fill the gap for at-risk foster youth this Holiday Season


I Pour Life develops America’s foster youth to a place of self-sufficiency through educational advancement, workforce readiness, stable housing, and financial literacy coaching. To continue LifeCoaching these youth, we need to fill a 30% financial gap in program costs.

Help fill the fundraising gap this holiday so that I Pour Life can continue to stand in the gap for these youth.

LifeStrengths.org

Already Raised

+

“The Gap”

=

Cost to Develop At-Risk Youth

When Noah started meeting with a LifeCoach last year, he struggled with attending school regularly after his dad was placed on life support and passed away soon after. He has struggled with motivation and often skips school when he’s feeling overwhelmed.

This school year, Noah is taking things more seriously, including meeting with his LifeCoach regularly to discuss his plans for the future. Together, they have been working through the LifeStrengths curriculum. Noah has expressed interest in becoming a welder and has started to explore courses at local colleges. Noah told his LifeCoach he feels like he can do anything with the support of I Pour Life because it’s the first time he feels like someone has really believed in him.

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