Member News

Below is a list of news items pertaining to National Network For Youth members.

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NN4Y Partners with MANY - March 15, 2013

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Webinar: Gearing Up to Pursue Federal Funding in 2013

Friday, March 22, 2013
1:00pm - 2:30pm Eastern 

Three National Network for Youth Members Honored by White House

Steve Bewsey of Lifeworks, Paul Hamann of the Night Ministry, and Deborah Shore of Sasha Bruce Youthwork, all named Champions of Change for their work with runaway and homeless youth by the White House. The White House Office of Public Engagement and USICH announced the 13 Champions of Change in the Fight Against Child and Youth Homelessness. These community leaders serving vulnerable children, youth, and families will be honored at a ceremony at the White House. To see a list of all 13 champions, please go to

National Network for Youth Chair Deborah Shore Honored at White House

Deborah Shore, chair of the National Network for Youth and Executive Director of Sasha Bruce Youthwork, is part of a group of 13 people being honored as "Champions of Change" for their work in helping communities combat homelessness.

Shore has been working in the field of youth homelessness since the 1970’s

“To respond to youth homelessness, we need to do things that are age appropriate and service-enriched,” she said.

Washington Post
Sasha Bruce "Blitz Build" Transforms Dilapidated House into Home for Homeless Youths in Southeast D.C.
Burlington Free Press
Weather provides dose of reality at Spectrum Solidarity Sleep Out
Sleeping Outside For Raising Awareness of Homeless Youth
Our Family Services newsletter
Angel Charity picks our shelter project as 2012 beneficiary
Regional Task Force on the Homeless
San Diego County's 2012 Homeless Count
Burlington Free Press
My Turn: One Night Out for the Homeless

Spectrum Youth and Family Services Executive Director Mark Redmond writes about the Spectrum Solidarity Sleep Out and his plan - along with other business and community leaders in Vermont - to sleep outside later this month to demonstrate their solidarity with homeless youth in Vermont and elsewhere.
Homeless, not hopeless: New store creates new opportunity
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