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ROYAL CIRCLE FOUNDATION CONTINUES YOUTH VIOLENCE PREVENTION INITIATIVE  
IN BALTIMORE, MD
 
The Royal Circle Foundation, Inc. continues the Baltimore Youth Violence Prevention Intiative's
Junior Ambassador's Program initially launched in 2008.  The program targets inner city "at risk" youth ages 12-16 and is designed to offer a new model for primary prevention aimed at providing selected young people with culturally enriching experiences and those that foster postive self-confidence and esteem.

The "Junior Ambassadors" are involved in a project that pairs them with their counterparts in the West African Country of Ghana and will provide them with an enriching cultural experience where tradition and respect are the order of the day.

They participate in a community project, share experiences with the young people of Ghana, and tour the country learing about its rich culture. The Foundation is currently accepting applications for 2018 - 2019 period. This will occur over a two week period during the summer season so as not to interfere with their regular school year programs.

"Junior Ambassadors" are honored at an awards luncheon and make a formal presentations of their experiences to the Baltimore community at large in the spring following their cultural exchange.

Applications are currently being accepted for this program and the final deadline date for receipt of all applications is December 31, 2018. The Selection Committee will reveiew all applications received and make their finaly decision by February 10, 2019 notifying the winners and their families by the 15th of the same month.

Family and student orientation for those selected will begin during the last week of April and again in May before they depart for the summer providing the young people and their families ample time to secure the required travel documents and immunizations.

It is the belief of the Foundation that with positive motivation and experiences, "at risk" youth of today will become the "role models for positive change" tomorrow!

This is an ongoing project that needs the help and support of the Baltimore community. Please consider making a tax deductible contribution to the Royal Circle Foundation, Inc. to support this project and others that the Foundation has undertaken. No amount is too small. Everything helps us to help save our youth.

A description of the program and an application blank can be requested by emailing the Foundation at:  trcfoundation@aol.com and we accept donations all year long to continue our work of supporting the young people of the Baltimore area. We need your help!
 Thank You!


 
 
 
 
 
 

Foundation Announces Continuation of Youth Violence Prevention Program

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Former Deputy Mayor Dr. Salima Marriott, Fred Scott, and Dr. Patricia Newton at Press Conference

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Stephanie Matthews, "Friends" Volunteer

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Min. Gary, "Pops", & Cassandra
Support Staff