No Youth Left Behind
3958 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95820
Make a commitment as a individual or business owner, to help break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations our youth are having!
Show your support, by joining and attending any of NYLB events below:
10th Anniversary Celebration with the Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor
FRANCISCO C. RODRIGUEZ, PH.D.
FRIDAY, MAY 12, 2018
at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Building
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. | 3958 Martin Luther King Blvd. Sacramento, CA
We invite you to attend this event
Help change a youth’s future, by securing your legacy today. You can name No Youth Left Behind Foundation of America in your will or give a fixed sum of your income to No Youth Left Behind Foundation of America each year to support our under-serve youth.
How does planned giving works?
A charitable gift annuity is a contract between a donor and a charity with the following terms: As a donor, you make a sizable gift to charity. In return, you become eligible to take a partial tax deduction for your donation.
NYLB is 501(c3) holder. All your funding will be tax deductible. If you would like to plan your giving and have questions about it, please call 916-919-7460. We need your support more than ever.
By funding a project you take direct action to enable a struggling youth.
Below are the list of few projects needed your funding and support:
NYLB is 501(c3) holder. All your funding will be tax deductible. If you would like to fund a project and have questions about any projects we are working on, please call 916-919-7460 with project ID number and details. We need your support and funding more than ever.
Your donations to No Youth Left Behind will help fund youth programs. NYLB is 501(c3) holder. All your non-cash donations will be deductible. If you would like to donate your car, boat, real state, or any items, we will appreciate the donation and will pick it up if necessary. Call 916-919-7460 to give your non-cash donation.
Your sponsorship will help give an education, food, clothing and more.
Call today at 916-919-7460 to get started.
Please visit S.A.Y (Save A Youth) Fashion Mart at 3958 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95820 Opens Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm
Men suits: 2 for $99
Men Slacks: 3 for $50
SAY Fashion Mart also has a variety of fashion wear for ladies and children.
Make a commitment as a business owner, to help break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations our youth are having!
Show your support as a business owner by displaying NYLB youth banners, donation boxes, flyers and more. You can request your business support kit for free. Request your free kit today, we need your help more than ever.
Make a commitment, to help break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations our youth are having!
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Please complete the form below to start the enrollment process for your son/daughter. After successful submission of the form below, one of our enrollment consular will call you to confirm the meeting date, requirements and more.
The No Youth Left Behind is focused on improving the lives of youth. Our goals are to create activities and curriculum that prepares children for success in the 21st century and beyond. Please check the box (s) you desire to develop your child/student's skills in, and write a short summary about your interest and concerns for your child/student.
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The 1st building in America named after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. that is actually on Martin Luther king boulevard and 15th avenue, the day of Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday.
The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Educational Center is fully dedicated to support our youth in need. The center specializes in providing services to youth, who might otherwise not get the support they needed for schools
Historical new milestone was added in the history of NYLB, by opening a center named after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
This department brings together academic institutions, city and state agencies, organizations, community groups, youth groups, schools and religious organization to provide youth activities to middle school and high school students and to help prevent drug abuse and violence. By integrating proven research with education, training and professional development, the No Youth Left Behind Foundation of America’s goal is to provide and infrastructure that facilitates academic and community collaborations which translate research into an improved development in our high school and middle school students with the help of our criminal justice majors.
We recognize that future efforts to eliminate youth violence will require the help of our college criminal justice majors and our youth working together to reduce violence and abuse in our communities.
This department brings together academic institutions, city and state agencies, organizations, community groups, youth groups, schools and religious organization to provide youth activities to middle school and high school students and to help prevent drug abouse and violence. By integrating proven research with education, trining and professinal developemtn, the No Youth Left Behind Foundation of Amercia’s goal is to provide and
This department follows an individualized case-by-case method for high school and middle school students to involve themselves in a business and service-learning oriented curriculum. College students will help the participating high school students produce business plans and get real-world experience.
Our goal is to partner high school students with local business owners and other available business employers during the school year and summer to help expand their learning experience.
The Department of Finance gives high school students an opportunity to learn about and prepare for college careers in business and finance. Emphasis is placed on a preparatory curriculum that is directly linked to the social and business world.
This program prepares students for careers in business and finance focusing on broad, transferable skills and stresses the ability to demonstrate financial literacy in key elements such as: accounting, financial planning; management; banking, credit, economics; money management, technology; investments, and insurance.
Our goal is to partner high school students with a local financial service company and other available business employers during the school year and summer to help expand their learning experience.
The Department of Education’s goal is to prepare high school and middle school students for leadership roles.
We encourage high school and middle school students to pursue solutions to the theoretical issues of the cultural modes of learning such as social equity and cultural diversity. These relevant and tangible objectives allow our students to be exposed to real world challenges and encourage decision making.
This department has a basic educational approach to provide instruction and training that is extensive and broadening by improving high school and middle school students’ capacity for decision making and understanding of money management in a number of business sectors. The mission of our Department of Business is to educate and prepare students for business careers.
Through innovative curriculum and integrated activities, we prepare high school and middle school students to become leaders, critical thinkers, and lifelong learners. We are committed to providing a learning environment that responds to the needs of a diverse multicultural society.
This department goal is to introduce high school and middle school students to the expressive world of the fine arts through a wide variety of approaches to art-based education. Emphasis on both Western and non-Western cultures are integrated into sessions that are orientated toward creativity, imagination and critical thinking. Students are able to explore a wide variety of themes in art education, art history, ceramics, electronic art, drawing, jewelry, painting, printmaking, photography and graphics.
Art history classes provide an appreciation for and an understanding of our visual and cultural heritage within a historical context to reward students with an introduction to a lifetime appreciation of the arts. The Department of Art and Expression aims to engage and inspire high school and middle school students in the fine arts and to promote appreciation of art.
1 Dollar at a time, 1 Youth at a time, 1 Community at a time