The Department of Labor has administered the YouthBuild program since September 2006 through the Employment and Training Administration Office of Workforce Investment, Division of Youth Service.
YouthBuild is a community-based alternative education program that provides job training and educational opportunities for at-risk youth ages 16-24. Youth learn construction skills while constructing or rehabilitating affordable housing for low-income or homeless families in their own neighborhoods.
We are uniting America by bringing people together to serve communities. Our agency is made of a team of individuals from different backgrounds and experiences, working as one to strengthen communities in our country.
Federal forest management dates back to 1876 when Congress created the office of Special Agent in the U.S. Department of Agriculture to assess the quality and conditions of forests in the United States. In 1881 the Department expanded the office into the Division of Forestry. A decade later Congress passed the Forest Reserve Act of 1891 authorizing the President to designate public lands in the West into what were then called “forest reserves.” Responsibility for these reserves fell under the Department of the Interior until 1905 when President Theodore Roosevelt transferred their care to the Department of Agriculture’s new U.S. Forest Service. Gifford Pinchot led this new agency as its first Chief, charged with caring for the newly renamed national forests.
When you make a tax-deductible donation to The Nature Conservancy, you’re supporting the most effective solutions to the environment’s most pressing challenges. As the largest environmental nonprofit, The Nature Conservancy is working to advance conservation in all 50 states and U.S. territories and in 70 countries around the world. That’s why your contribution is so much more than charity; it’s an investment in the future of our planet.
Back Bay Mission has a simple mission: to strengthen neighborhoods, seek justice, and transform lives.
We strengthen neighborhoods through ministries like our education and empowerment programs and our housing rehabilitation program. These vital ministries help the people were serve be a part of, and build, their communities on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. As volunteers take what they learn at Back Bay Mission home with them, they have the opportunity to strengthen their own neighborhoods.
We seek justice by helping the people we serve become more involved in their communities, educating people about the realities of poverty, and advocating on behalf of marginalized people in our community.
All of our programs transform lives. Whether we’re helping a homeowner keep their home, mentoring a single mother as she plans her path out of poverty, or working with an intern who is thinking about a career in social work, we’re making the lives of the people we serve better.
Corps are comprehensive youth development programs that provide their participants with job training, academic programming, leadership skills, and additional support through a strategy of service that improves communities and the environment.
Created in 1985, The Corps Network provides critical leadership to the Corps movement and to our nation’s Service and Conservation Corps as they harness the power of youth and young adults to tackle some of America’s greatest challenges and transform their own lives
United Way of South Mississippi still serves Hancock, Harrison, Stone, & Pearl River Counties, in addition to encouraging partnerships and collaborations with United Ways to our east and west.
Extend a Hand Help a Friend is a 501(c)(3) organization created to empower, educate, and enhance the lives of and community integration of the youth, elderly, and individuals experiencing homelessness.
Molina Healthcare provides NCQA-accredited health care and services that focus on promoting health, wellness and improved patient outcomes. We maintain our quality care by regularly monitoring our Molina Healthcare network.
Southern Mississippi Planning & Development District connects individuals, businesses, and industries to agencies that provide help and funding for programs for seniors and disabled, job seekers resources, business loan programs, economic development and community development tools, and technical assistance and planning assistance.
Gulfport is the second-largest city in Mississippi and offers a variety of eateries, entertainment, recreation adventures and industry pillars. Hallmark locations such as the Port of Gulfport, Gulfport/Biloxi International Airport, Gulf Blue, Gulfport Sportsplex, Mississippi Aquarium, Jones Park, Lynn Meadows Discovery Center and much more are situated in the vibrant community of Gulfport.
Hancock Whitney combines a commitment to gracious hospitality with extensive expertise in all aspects of banking, financial planning and wealth management to help make your dreams a reality.
Climb CDC thanks Mr. Anthony Montgomery for his continued support of our community building initiatives.
The MolinaCares Accord is a commitment to building stronger communities through improving people’s health and lives. MolinaCares channels substantial investments into solving the many gaps that exist in the access to, and delivery of, health care today.
AmericanTrucks recognizes that pickups are the backbone of the American workforce, from job sites to disaster relief and everything in between, which is why we’re proud to launch the Positive Payload Program.
The Positive Payload Program is designed to benefit non-profit charitable organizations who use and rely on pickup trucks and pickup truck accessories to better their community.