“We are excited to partner with Youth Focus, Inc. in support of their outstanding arts and education programs,” said Evelyn O’Donnell, GreenMouse, Inc. President and CEO.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) December 24, 2013
GreenMouse, Inc. will host an e-waste fundraiser event to raise money for Youth Focus, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides arts and education programs for youths. Money generated from the recycling of the electronic waste collected at this event will be donated to Youth Focus, Inc.
About GreenMouse, Inc.
GreenMouse, Inc. was founded in 2005 with the purpose of creating jobs for disadvantaged young adults and to provide electronic waste recycling services and fundraising events to the community. GreenMouse, Inc. trains and hires at-risk young adults and high school students. The company partners with the City of San Jose and its work2future program and Rebekah Children’s Services and its wraparound program to foster job development. For more information, visit http://www.greenmouse.com.
“Our organization serves and benefits many youths here in the Bay Area through several arts and education programs, competitions, and scholarships. Some of our alumni have gone on to become Broadway performers, doctors, teachers, lawyers, and government officials,” said Dr. Colette O’Bannion, Director. “Youth Focus, Inc. offers rich and rewarding life-time experiences and opportunities.”
About Youth Focus, Inc.
Youth Focus Inc. provides meaningful youth programs for the benefit of California Youth for the purpose of educating, motivating and stimulating them to greater heights of accomplishment in the areas of specialized programming, community service and leadership development. Youth Focus awards and makes available educational and specialized training scholarships in excess of $20,000.00 annually to young people of merit through the conduct of its youth programming. Well-structured programs are provided for the benefit of youth that their lives might be enhanced. Programs are administered at minimum cost to the extent possible and in some cases at no cost at all to youth. For more information, visit http://www.youth-focus.org.