Youth - Civic Action for Racial and Social Equity

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Youth - Civic Action for Racial and Social Equity
Youth - Civic Action for Racial and Social Equity
Youth - Civic Action for Racial and Social Equity
Youth - Civic Action for Racial and Social Equity
Youth - Civic Action for Racial and Social Equity
Youth - Civic Action for Racial and Social Equity
Youth - Civic Action for Racial and Social Equity

Project Report | Feb 26, 2024
Empowering youth for the next 25 years

By Winston Ashby | Project Leader

Celebrating Culture and voices
Celebrating Culture and voices


PARTI 2023 Impact Report

Youth - Civic Action for Racial and Social Equity - Your Impact was felt in a huge way!

There is a lack of resources and initiatives that build sustainability for BIPOC community cohorts to build power and to work with each other. “– Winston Ashby

“I'm noticing that prices are rising in food and basic stuff people need. “ Youth participant 

“There is more violence than ever before. More people are dying and the family members are getting Hurt" - Youth participant

Program Overview: In 2023, we successfully reached 1,509 youth from 20 different schools, establishing a diverse and inclusive environment for leadership development using the Association of Supervision and Curriculum’s Whole Child approach to reach and transform youth who live in the most vulnerable communities that face disparities.

While we know that resources and the economy is limited, we value your support in 2023 and hope that you can continue to champion for our youth and mission in 2024. Every little by little counts and is valued, Your impact is felt by the youth. 

Participant Testimonials: 

"The leadership workshops taught me how to effectively communicate and work with others. It's changed my approach to teamwork." - youth participant

 "Being part of PARTI has opened my eyes to the impact youth can make in our community. I feel more confident as a leader now." - youth participant 


Impact and Outcomes: 1. Skill Development: 76% increase in leadership skills, as reported by participants through pre and postprogram assessments. Youth demonstrated improved communication and teamwork abilities. 2. Community Engagement: 68% rise in community involvement among program participants. Youth-led projects positively impacting the local community. 3. Academic Success: 85% of participants reported improved academic performance. 

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Thankful for your support!

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Affirming Our Action through youth power

By Winston Ashby | Project Leader

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PARTI Program

Location: San Jose, CA - USA
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Twitter: @winstonashby
Project Leader:
Winston Ashby
San Jose , CA United States
$172,878 raised of $250,000 goal
671 donations
$77,122 to go
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