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First Annual Masquerade Gala & Award Ceremony
November 10 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST$75
On Sunday, November 10, 2019, the Youth Community Agency (YCA) will host its First Annual Charity Masquerade Gala and Award Ceremony at The Eastern Detroit located at 3434 Russell St Suite 501, Detroit, MI 48207.
YCA will celebrate the gala and award ceremony with dinner, dancing, a silent auction, and a presentation of 10 Difference Maker Awards.
Rodnesha Ross, YCA’s CEO and Founder, takes great pride in her ability to give back to the community. According to the YCA’s news release, Ms. Ross’ purpose for the Charity Masquerade Gala and Award Ceremony is to “expand the gift of giving beyond youth and teenage mothers.”
“Falling on hard times or being less fortunate have no age, race or specific circumstance to be in need”, says Rodnesha Ross CEO/Founder of Youth Community Agency.
YOUTH COMMUNITY AGENCY’S EVENT GOALS:
- To raise $15,000 to fund the YCA housing program
- To curb homelessness & launch the YCA pilot program
- To provide an urban perspective to job readiness for teenage mothers
Early bird tickets & sponsorship by visiting: ycagala2019.eventbrite.com
Youth Community Agency would like to give a special thanks to our sponsors that include: Mogul Life inc, Pray Hustle Slay, The Eastern Detroit, Hour Detroit Magazine, Eastern Market Wellness Center, Kola Resturant & Ultra Lounge, Cadence Co, HaVier MaLone and Dine Drink Detroit.
Please visit www.youthcommunityagency.org for more info!
ABOUT THE YOUTH COMMUNITY AGENCY IN DETROIT, MICHIGAN
Youth Community Agency was established in 2013, by founder/CEO Rodnesha Ross.
Our mission is to mentor and empower teenage mothers with the resources and support they need to ensure high school completion and curb homelessness.
Vision: To provide mentoring, temporary housing, and an urban perspective to job readiness for 100 teenage mothers each year.
Outcomes: Since our inception 5 years ago, we have served over 300 teenage mothers and children within the Metropolitan-Detroit Area.
Feature image courtesy of Youth Community Agency