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Leaders Prepare for Carousel of Possible Dreams LA 2015

FOCF_50311-129.jpgWhen we close our eyes and dream, we see what is possible. The Possible Dream is a program of Festival of Children Foundation that helps our member charities raise needed funds for tangible and impactful projects -- their Possible Dreams.
On July 11, 2015, business, civic and community leaders will rush onto the Griffith Park Merry-Go-Round in Los Angeles and go round and round 50 times. Each rider is collecting pledges for committing to this dizzying feat to help turn dreams into reality for participating charities Debbie Allen Dance Academy and The Art of Elysium. Help our charities' dreams change lives today and create a better future for children and families.

Know a Teen to Nominate as a Youth Ambassador?

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Attention Member Charities: Applications are now being accepted through June 10th for the National Child Awareness Month Youth Ambassador Program. This program is a project of Festival of Children Foundation and YSA (Youth Service America). This year-long Ambassadorship trains youth (ages 16-22) to combat critical issues facing youth. Each Ambassador will receive support, advocacy training in Washington, D.C., and planning-guidance for their respective service projects.

The Youth Ambassadors Program kicks off in September during National Child Awareness Month. Fifty-one Youth Ambassadors will be selected, creating a powerful national network of young people who raise their collective voice in service to others. Teens may apply directly but must be associated with a nonprofit. Learn more