Urban Youth’s Legacy Foundation Launches to Help Support Inner-City Youth

Bill Hobbs, Legacy Foundation President/CEO, Chris Tress Urban Youth Impact President/CEO

Faithful supporters of Urban Youth Impact joined Founder, Bill Hobbs, and President/CEO, Chris Tress, at The Breakers Palm Beach on November 2nd to celebrate the launching of Urban Youth’s Legacy Foundation. The Foundation will be solely focused on financially supporting Urban Youth Impact and adding designated funds like our kindergarten to college fund, capital improvements, and staff development. In addition, Urban Youth’s Legacy Foundation will help Urban Youth Impact bring a firm financial foundation no matter what the world brings. The evening was filled with commemoration, compelling stories of impact, and heartwarming memories.

Steven Nielsen, Elizabeth Nielsen

Bill has grown Urban Youth Impact from a small sports outreach to a widely recognized non-profit that is changing the inner-city community in Palm Beach County. Approaching 25 years of committed service to the urban pockets of West Palm Beach, Urban Youth Impact is seeking long-term partners that are passionate about seeing real transformation in the inner-city.

Hollis Pica, Stacey Leuliette

Urban Youth Impact exists to love, equip, and empower inner-city youth to fulfill their God-given purpose. Founded in 1997 by Bill Hobbs and his wife, Kerry, Urban Youth Impact has grown into an award-winning and nationally recognized nonprofit organization, impacting local youth through The Leadership Academy (K-8 after- school program), Jupiter Christian School at Urban Youth Impact (a private school for the inner-city), the Reframe program (college and career readiness), outreach sites within the community, e34 Mentoring, and the CREATE program. UYI provides literacy, leadership, arts and sciences, job-training, and spiritual enrichment.

For more information on how to become a partner with Urban Youth’s Legacy Foundation, contact [email protected]

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