The Yunion gives youngsters and their parents the skills they need to remain strong and united in these challenging times. We truly believe in neighbors helping neighbors, so it's a great fit for our new community enrichment program.
Berkley, MI (PRWEB) November 09, 2015
With a new charity program serving the greater Detroit area, Cameron Young Agency has teamed up with The Yunion in support of its efforts to provide innovative programs for the city's at-risk youth. The Yunion is dedicated to providing experiences which will help to counteract the negative influences these kids face on a daily basis. To support this wonderful organization, donations may now be made at https://www.crowdrise.com/showourkidstherightp.
Founded in 2003 by Jason Wilson, The Yunion transforms families by providing culturally relevant and innovative programs, education, mentoring and parental engagement. Their mission is to counteract the negative cultural influences which can all too often misdirect the lives of at-risk youth. The Yunion raises awareness and strengthens families with the improvement of life skills through social, spiritual, educational and physical development. The encouragement of strong character means better life choices for the whole family, and promotes hope for their future. In addition, The Yunion offers counseling and case management services to those in need. Working closely with local schools, social service agencies, community organizations and churches, their goal is to help as many children and families possible. Continual fundraising is essential to their success.
"We are very excited to work with this wonderful organization," said Cameron Young, the agency's owner. "The Yunion gives youngsters and their parents the skills they need to remain strong and united in these challenging times. We truly believe in neighbors helping neighbors, so it's a great fit for our new community enrichment program."
The agency will promote the current campaign over the course of the next 30-60 days, through its social media
channels, email communications and monthly electronic and print magazine, which is delivered to thousands of
households in the greater Detroit area. Our Hometown magazine reserves a full page to showcase the campaign
for The Yunion, and features all the details of the cause. The electronic Flipbook version of the current issue may
be accessed here: http://cameronyoungagency.com/Our-Hometown-Magazine_41.
Readers who would like to join Cameron Young Agency in supporting The Yunion, and all the positive work they
accomplish with Detroit's at-risk youth, may visit https://www.crowdrise.com/showourkidstherightp and are encouraged to share the page with their own network of friends, family, neighbors and coworkers. Contributors may be acknowledged for their donations through the agency's monthly magazine.
Cameron Young Agency is devoted to ensuring the betterment of their community. They just recently launched the master charity program of which the current campaign is part. "We are fully committed to assisting those in need in our community. Every 60-90 days we'll be selecting a new individual, family or group to receive our support," pledged Cameron Young.
Information regarding past and current campaigns supported by the agency may be found at http://cameronyoungagency.com/community-cause. More information about Cameron Young Agency and The
Yunion are available at http://cameronyoungagency.com/ and http://theyunion.org/.
About Cameron Young Agency
As a Personal Financial Representative who is very active in the Berkley area, Cameron Young is friendly with many local families. His great knowledge and understanding of the community’s people and their needs allows Cameron and his team to provide their customers with consistently superior service. They pride themselves on helping people protect the things that are most important – their families, homes, cars and more. They can also help prepare strategies to achieve long-term financial goals. The caring agents at Cameron Young Agency may be reached by calling 248-691-1113.