Over the last year, The First Tee of Manhattan has increased outreach partnerships and offered an affordable youth development program to youth in the community. The First Tee was able to offer curriculum to 8,056 participants. Over 250 youth from youth serving organizations were able to participate in The First Tee Life Skills Experience at no cost. In addition, the organization continued their partnership with the Staley School of Leadership Studies at KSU, giving their Eagle Level participants a chance to receive a 6-week series of leadership lessons. The YES! Fund brings opportunities to youth through organizations like the First Tee of Manhattan.

To contribute to this year’s YES! Fund Campaign, please visit http://www.mcfks.org/yes. Every dollar you give will be matched by a dollar!