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Uses running as a catalyst to empower AI/AN youth to take pride in themselves and their cultural identity, and increase self esteem, health and wellness, leadership, hope, and balance and harmony.

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An initiative of the US Olympians Association and promotes healthy living through competitive walking programs in schools.

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Awards high school winners a $2,500 scholarship and invites finalists to visit Washington D.C. Essays ask youth to think critically about issues facing their tribes and communities.

Provides a peer mentoring service to improve life prospects for at risk and newcomer children.

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  • 5734 Yonge Street. Suite 401
    Toronto, Ontario M2M 4E7
  • Email: mail@yay.org

Promotes young people's intellectual, creative, and professional growth through education and access to media.

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Is funded by the State of Washington, and has a series of youth suicide FAQs, prevention materials and more.

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  • 444 N.E. Ravenna Blvd., Suite 103
    Seattle, WA 98115
  • Email: info@yspp.org