New Pathways for Youth helps Valley kids build a better future

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By Lindsay Robinson By Lindsay Robinson
By Lindsay Robinson By Lindsay Robinson
By Lindsay Robinson By Lindsay Robinson
By Lindsay Robinson By Lindsay Robinson
By Lindsay Robinson By Lindsay Robinson

PHOENIX, Ariz. -- An Arizona program is making a difference in youth lives, empowering them to fulfil their potential through mentoring and life skill development.

New Pathways for Youth has helped more than 5,000 youth change their lives and build a better future. The center is located in the Central Phoenix Garfield District on 10th Street and Pierce.

The organization works with children as early as age nine, many who come from backgrounds of poverty or other at-risk environments. They team kids up with mentors to give them support and guidance in making healthy life choices, and to inspire them to live up to their full potential. New Pathways for Youth enforces positive environments and community involvement.

New Pathways for Youth is always looking for more mentors. To donate time or money, or for more information, visit their website.
 

New Pathways for Youth
1001 E Pierce St, Phoenix, AZ
(602) 258-1012
www.npfy.org