Youth-In-Action, a youth led program under the supervision of Let’s Thrive Baltimore.

Updated: Jan 13

No less than 15 teenage boys and girls meet every Saturday and Monday at Let’s Thrive Baltimore community center in Sandtown-Winchester community. During these weekly after school club sessions the youth

•Plant trees


•Clean up trash

•Peace Walks

•Learn Trades

Landscaping, painting, architecture, computer skills, speaking engagements, podcast-editing tools, entrepreneurship, workforce development and much more.

•Mondays are now virtual youth-led discussions examples of topics discussed are:

Human Trafficking, Teen Dating Violence,

Police Reform, Mental Health, Storm-Water-Management also, facts and myths surrounding COVID-19. Lets Thrive Baltimore youth have interviewed current and previous Mayor, the Poloce Commissioner, City Councilman and have been featured in dozens of media reports.



Moms Demand Action,  Bmore Beautiful, Family League, Walmart Foundation, AT&T, Samsung, Target, CB Trust, B -City Coalition, Maryland Nonprofits, Mayor Officer of Children and Family Success, Mayor Office of Criminal Justice, City Health Department-Youth Violence Prevention, Keep Maryland Beautiful, No Kid Hungry, Salvation Army, Baltimore Community Foundation, Weinberg Foundation, Sisters Saving The City, M.O.M.S, Sarah’s House, Belair And Edison, Excellence of Ambition, Students Demand Action, Public Schools, Home Depot Foundation, Nelson Kendall P.A., City Council, City Health Department, Food Waste, Adams and Adams CPA, CPS, DHHR, City Child Abuse Center, Park, and Recs and Special Permits, Mental Health Association, Children Mental Health Matters, Md Department of Disabilities, National Center of School Mental Health, Youth as Resources, Roberta House, Youth Service America Point of Light, Generation On, Scooby-Doo Do Good, Design for Change, Disney and other local non-profits in communities we serve..

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