Donate to the Ojai Valley Youth Foundation

When Kids thrive, we all thrive!

The Ojai Valley Youth Foundation and local teens need you and the entire community to help:

  • Keep the high-risk after-school hours safe and positive.
  • Connect youth with caring mentors.
  • Support jobs and career exposure for teens.
  • Expose youth to community service and leadership opportunities.

Yes! I support our youth!

 

Mail in Donations

You can also mail in your donations…please make all checks payable to Ojai Valley Youth Foundation and send them to:

OVYF
PO Box 1543
Ojai, CA 93024

I am making the gift of:

  • Platinum Supporter
    5,000+
  • Gold Supporter
    2,500
  • Silver Supporter
    1,000
  • Sustaining Supporter
    500
  • Sponsoring Supporter
    250
  • Supporter
    100
  • Member
    25

Wishlist:

Snacks for teens during
their programs
New computers Large 7 1/2’ x 10’
projection screen
Couches and covers
New carpet for
conference room
New vacuum Boxing equipment,
gloves and headgear
Van to transport teens to programs and events
Art project supplies Bean bag chairs

Volunteering Duties:

Experienced Grant Writing Process periodic mailings Answer phones in office Create e-newsletter
Mentoring – Leadership Mentors are recruited in February for Spring session, and September for Fall session BLINC – Program vocational guest speakers All major fundraising events: Luncheon, Golf Tournament and Tennis Marathon Partnership Council
Board Members Ripples program: guest performers, artists and restaurateurs / chefs Fundraising activities
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    MLK Jr. Day Community Celebration

    The Ojai Valley Youth Foundation is proud to support the 17th annual MLK Jr. Day Community Celebration – run entirely by the student-led MLK Day Committee! This fun event is held in Libbey Park on Monday, Jan. 16, from 11am-3pm…details HERE!

  • Ripples Program ROCKED in Summer 2016

    OVYF has wrapped up another great RIPPLES program for 2016. This year’s participants went rockclimbing with Trails By Potter, hit up a slam poetry night at Da Poetry Lounge in West Hollywood, and created art with local Ojai artists. Read more on the RIPPLES page…

     

  • BLINC Program Begins at Nordhoff – Sept. 2016

    Have a high school student who needs something different? BLINC might just fit the bill. A weekly hangout, facilitated by poet and educator Aaron Gardner, to come together with a diverse and open group where the individual can express oneself and truly be heard. More on the BLINC page…