Money raised through The League The Way event goes to support the shelter side of YSCC, which handles around 80 kids a year.
“It shows you don’t have to donate funds or clothing or anything, just your time, which is, I think, even more valuable.”
Not only is YSCC a safe haven for children but they also offer free counseling services and parenting programs.
This year, 14 teams were able to raise just over $16,800 to help fund all YSCC does for children and families in Creek County, including parenting classes, counselling, and sheltering misplaced youth.
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There are currently 137 pinwheels spinning in front of the Creek County Courthouse, representing the children currently in foster care in Creek County.
“A pandemic reduces the number of at-need children we can serve.”
Foster parents don’t just foster children, they foster families too, which helps parents and children become healthy and whole again.
Youth Services of Creek County is serving up meals in a brand new kitchen donated by local churches and businesses, and installed by volunteers. A new campaign in 2019 was to help YSCC get some of the more expensive projects done around the shelter that didn’t make it into the budget without some help from…
Youth Services of Creek County gets a new roof, courtesy of Dynamic Restoration