Student Project Section
2016 YOUTH SUMMER OUTREACH (YSO) PROGRAM
FADD Has Designated July as “Underage Drinking Prevention Month”.
Our 8th annual YSO program is collaboration with students. We empower them in order for us to go into the community to raise awareness on the dangers of Underage Drinking during the month of July. This campaign will feature partnerships that reach into our communities to make a positive impact…
Our 2016 goal is to contact 100 high schools and colleges nationwide and have them join us in order to have others involved. Through the demand of the students, we are going forward with this nationally coordinated effort.
Your support is essential for this annual campaign. We’ve already started recruiting for July 2016, to get involved send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (559)756-1748.
If you would like to send your student project to us, email us at email@example.com
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Photo: Robert Ybarra and Beverly Pinto, Judaic Studies Coordinator at
Brandeis Hillel Day School, San Rafael, CA.
Photo: Beverly Pinto and Lisa Levy, Art teacher
FADD was approached by 7th grade student Nathan Zaltsman. Nathan did his part in raising awareness on the dangers of driving under the influence.
We were invited to Brandeis Hillel Day School for a Tzedakah Celebration, the students did a presentation on various non profit organizations and FADD received a generous grant.
We would like to thank: Head of Campus; Hamutal Gavish, Teacher; Beverly Pinto, and student Nathan Zaltsman and the rest of the 7th grade class for the care and vision they have for their community and the rest of our great nation!
Thank you again for your partnership with us and for your generous support for the work we do for the safety of the general public.
Douglas MacArthur High School in San Antonio, TX
Students that drive, holding the key chain up in the air indicating/pledging that they will not drink and drive. Also they will help others to not drink and drive.