Projects in the Domain of Youth
Covenant House Greater Washington DC WorldLegacy’s NC176 Leadership Team, completed an extreme makeover of the computer center at Covenant House Greater Washington (CHGW), 2001 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC. Five individuals, from all over the US, gathered to...
Students who visit the Neighbor to Neighbor youth center after school have a new game room, thanks to the efforts of more than 100 volunteers. The volunteers, led by a team from the WorldLegacy, worked through the weekend to turn an unfinished garage into a hangout with ping pong, foosball, pool tables and other games.
The Urban Ministries believes that no one should be without the basic needs of food, clean clothing and a safe place to sleep, regardless of ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, or disability.
NC97 chose the Summit House-Piedmont in Greensboro, NC for their project. Summit House serves non-violent female felons who are single Mom’s with children up to age seven.
Hard work by volunteers from as far away as Florida brought a new sparkle to the inside of one of Duke’s partner community centers this past weekend. In two and half days, more than 50 people stripped away the boring interior of a former law office that is now the Juanita McNeil-Joseph Alston Community Center and replaced it with bright turquoise and green paint and striped window shades reminiscent of a tropical scene
Young men at the Swannanoa Valley Youth Development Center (SVYDC) in Swannanoa, North Carolina will be receiving everything they need to start a dog training and adoption program. Members of the WorldLegacy NC 116 Leadership Team are partnering with the NC Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
This NC108B WorldLegacy Leadership project created two gardens, and improved the grounds at the youth group home of the Alexander Youth Network (AYN) including, fencing, benches, pieces of outdoor art, garden signs, and a gazebo.
It may not be on quite the scale of the ones built by ancient Greeks and Romans, but this school year students at George Watts Elementary School will have an outdoor amphitheater to call their own.
Volunteers from the WorldLegacy, an adult-education organization, were putting the finishing touches on the small structure this weekend, donating labor and materials to the Trinity Park school.
The NC145 Leadership Team partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Wake County to revitalize the clubhouses with new paint, furnishings and facility upgrades.
The project took a barren, dirt back yard and transformed it into a fun, colorful area for young children to play and explore outdoors.
hanks to volunteer efforts, children of homeless families will have fun, safe, and supportive environments to grow in while their families make a sustainable transition to independent living. Two weekends ago, a team of community members, WIHN families and staff, and a team from the WorldLegacy’s Leadership Program
An area was created with miniature homes, schools, hospitals, stop signs and traffic lights to allow the Durham Police Department teach children about guns, traffic and other safety issues. Durham Safety Village. Program for Children. Budget: $16,000.
This Leadership project created a state-of-the art computer laboratory for this center that enables disadvantaged teens to develop professional skills in art and design.