YES is currently seeking event sponsors for our 1st annual benefit concert - Folk & Funk, Bring Me Home. Every dollar raised through sponsorship will support our crucial services and directly impact the lives of youth and young adults experiencing homelessness in Baltimore. Please see the list of sponsorship levels below with details about sponsor benefits at varying contribution levels.If you are interested in becoming an event sponsor please email Michael Jefferson (YES Workforce Dev. Coordinator) with your name, company (if applicable), contact information, and the amount you would like to contribute: email@example.com
Event Sponsorship Levels
YES Friend - $100:
YES Believer - $250:
YES Champion - $500:
Major Sponsor - $750:
Headline Sponsor - $1,000:
On Friday, Sept. 5th, at the historic Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center, YES is hosting Folk & Funk, Bring Me Home -our 1st annual benefit concert. The concert will feature performances by folk artist Caleb Stine, hip-hop/funk group J. Pope & Funk Friday, and a presentation by YES youth leaders. Event proceeds from ticket sales, donations, and sponsorship funds will directly support the work of YES.For tickets or to make a tax deductible donation go to our Eventbrite page: Eventbrite - Folk & Funk, Bring Me Home.
Celebrate YES's first year with us by participating in the YES Birthday Celebration and Fundraiser!
Over the past year we have assisted over 130 youth experiencing homelessness. We have been able to assist then in becoming housed, employed, healthier, and hopefully on their way to a stable adulthood. We can't thank you enough for your current and past support, as it has made it possible for us to engage with some extraordinary youth.
YES is aiming to raise $2,013 -- the year of our first birthday! We are starting now through a WePay campaign and we will continue throughout the Birthday celebration.
The Birthday Party will include a birthday cake and ice cream, and many surprises!
Please call: 410-235-7744 or e-mail Harriet@yesdropincenter.org for more information.
YES's 1st Birthday Party and Fundraiser
Friday, October 11th from 5-7pm
2315 N. Charles Street, 1st Floor
Baltimore, MD 21218
Consider buying YES some food. We have served 1,153 meals and 1,294 snacks since October. Help YES to keep meeting the needs of the many amazing young people who step through our doors.
Luther Thompson, a peer counselor with Youth Empowered Society, explains his work and experience related to homelessness.
The Storybank Blog features art and writings by youth who were charged as adults about why it is important to keep youth out of the adult criminal justice system.
An interview with Just Kids Youth Leader, Kevin J., about what he learned in the process of successfully advocating against the construction of the proposed youth jail in Baltimore.
YES coverage on ABC news.