On February 15th, Youth on Their Own representatives Kelli and Elysa attended Las Puertas Community School’s 2nd annual Resource Fair to spread awareness to the community about the YOTO mission. Las Puertas Community School hosted many great organizations and businesses, acknowledging them as being active members of the community. Kelli and Elysa enjoyed the event, where they [...]
Check out YOTO’s Fall Wine Tasting next to the Wine Wise column of this month’s Desert Leaf!
We are happy to share that Youth On Their Own was the receipt of a grant from the Southwest Women’s Charitable Club! Learn more about how the Southwest Women’s Charitable Club supports our community here.
There’s no better feeling than to see the students we serve graduate! Big thanks to the student journalists of El Guerrero for featuring YOTO’s work! Click here to read all about it!
Youth On Their Own-graduates Louie and Jose were featured in the Dutch publication Straatnieuws this summer! Click here to see the article!
Click here to read part one of Armando's story. Click here to read part two of Armando's story. Congratulations, to Armando Alveraz, for all that he has accomplished!
Make your Tax Credit Donation today! On August 23, 2018, the US Treasury released proposed regulations that may limit the tax benefit you receive from your donations to charitable organizations like Youth On Their Own. In order for donations to qualify under the current tax credit and charitable contribution regulations, taxpayers must donate by Monday, August 27, 2018. While the new proposed [...]
April Bourie with BizTucson interviewed YOTO’s CEO Nicola Hartmann about how YOTO is Giving Youth a Chance. Read the full article here!
Dear Friends of YOTO, It is with mixed emotions that Youth On Their Own announces the closing of the Home Store on May 12, 2018. In the last two and a half years, we have met the most wonderful and generous donors, shoppers, volunteers, and student interns. This unique store grew a mighty fan [...]