Civil Rights Scenario

Save Our Youth celebrates Black History month by re-creating different accounts of the Civil Rights / Jim Crow era of the late 1950’s and the

Volunteer Service Program

We teach our youth the importance of giving back to our community by engaging them in community projects in the summer. We also work with

Library Card Challenge

Library Card Challenge – Save Our Youth has partnered with the Carnegie Branch Library to help promote “Reading” in the summer. Youth ages 8 to

Youth Chess Tournament

Youth Chess Tournament – Celebrating National mentoring month in January since 2010, Save Our Youth has developed several youth chess players through our chess program.

Tigers Baseball Game

Since 2010, the United Way of Jackson County has sponsored 50 Save Our Youth program participants to attend a Detroit Tiger baseball game. Youth ages

Quiz Contest Black History Month

Save Our Youth celebrates Black History moth with the junior high school, high school and college level students by hosting an African American quiz contest.

7 Block Prison Tour

This is a guided tour targeting youth ages 8 to 17. The tour guide is a 25-year retired Correction Officer who walks the youth through

Jackson County Fair

Save Our Youth sponsors 100 youth to attend the Jackson County Fair. The youth ages 5 to 17 has a chance to enjoy themselves riding

Putt Putt Golfing

Putt Putt Golfing – Save Our Youth has a relationship with Pro Golfer Eric Terrian and the Pro Duffers of Jackson. The youth ages 5

Frosty Boy School Party

End of the school year community Party / Back to school community party – At the end of the school year, Frosty Boy Ice Cream