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A Fundraiser Benefiting YouthHope!Spider man

Come support YouthHope by purchasing a ticket to a private screening on Spider-Man: Homecoming on July 10 
Here are the details:
+ Tickets are $35.00 each
+ Each ticket includes:
-Private Showing of Spider-Man: Homecoming on July 10
-1 Additional Movie Ticket for Another Night for a Movie of Your Choosing
-1 Medium Popcorn
-1 Medium Soft Drink
-1 Harkins 2017 Loyalty Cup
+ Doors Open at 5:30 p.m.
+ Movie Starts at 6:30 p.m.
100% of proceeds go to The YouthHope Foundation
To view trailer, click on the following link:
To purchase your tickets, pay using the link below.
Questions? Email info@youthhope.org


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Thank You Agency Board Shop

absA huge thank you to Shannon Fang and The Agency Board Shop for making this Christmas another HUGE success. Being able to get over 200 pairs of vans in specific sizes is no easy task, but The Agency works with us every year to ensure that each youth gets the shoe that fits them. Along with helping YouthHope with our Christmas Shoe Drive, The Agency is a continual support to YouthHope by providing clothes, shoes, and financial support. Make sure to shop local and support businesses that support YouthHope!

The Agency Board Shop is located at
33527 Yucaipa Blvd C-4
Yucaipa, CA 92399
(909) 797-3700

2016 Car Show Logo

A Day in the Park Car Show & Family Fun Extravaganza

Thank you so much for everyone that participated in our “Day in the Park” It was huge success! Special thanks to Kiwanis Noon for cooking breakfast, James Ramos, Redlands Sunrise Rotary, The Boy Scouts Troop 44, Arrowhead Christian Academy, Redlands Fire Depart, Redlands Police Department, Home Depot, Larry Jacinto Construction, John James, Past Pleasure Car Club, Rita Shaw, Ritchie Bros, Pennington Designs, Primerica, Allgood Shower Door, First Baptist Church of Yucaipa, along with all of our generous sponsors who provided opportunity baskets. This would not of been a successful day without all of you! Thank you!!!



Michelle’s Bakery has partnered with YouthHope


When you purchase a specially marked cake from Michelle’s YouthHope will receive a percentage. Eat a delicious cake for us!

615 Tennessee Street, Redlands


YouthHope Foundation is an independent, certified, 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.  The organization was established in 2009 to build confidence and promote self-sufficiency for homeless, runaway, and underserved youth, ages 14-24  by providing trust, hope, support and education.  Our mission is to be a support system for these youth so that they may grow to be healthy, successful adults that exit street life.

YouthHope is located in Redlands, California and provides services to youth residing in the City of Redlands and from the surrounding areas of the Inland Empire.

Redlands Statistics – Youth Homeless Population

The target population served by YouthHope Foundation is one of the communities’ most vulnerable.  Many of the youth we serve are victims of insufficient family structure, violence, aging out of the foster care system, drug addiction, and homelessness.   YouthHope case managers recently surveyed 148 of the youth attendees.  Of these:

38% were homeless and living on the streets
53% were abused as youth children
16% were in the foster care system
33% have parents with drug or alcohol substance abuse problems
62% were classified as low-income
National Statistics – Youth Homeless Population

1.7 million (approx.) homeless teens in the United States
39% of the homeless population are youth under 18 years of age
5,000 youth die every year due to assault, illness, or suicide while living on the streets
46% of homeless youth left their homes due to physical abuse
17% left due to sexual abuse
40% (approx.) of homeless youth identify as LGBT
50% or more of youth in shelters and homeless on the streets report that their parents either told them to leave or knew they were leaving and did not care
14.7 years of age is the  average age youth become homeless
1 in 7 young people between the ages of 10 and 18 years old will run away
Youth ages 12 to 17 are more likely to become homeless than adults

These statistics were provided by the National Coalition for the Homeless, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Safe Horizon, nn4youth.org, and ncsl.org.

Please consider making a donation to YouthHope  to help end the cycle of youth homelessness.