The Community Foundation of Morgan County (CFMC) is helping Youth First heal hearts and build the resiliency of Morgan County youth. CFMC President Brittani Bentley says, “The COVID-19 pandemic has been very challenging for students, schools, and our community. Thanks to an anonymous donor, Youth First was awarded a $2,500 gift from the Community Foundation of Morgan County. Morgan County families have the benefit of two Youth First Social Workers who give young people the opportunity to learn skills that will improve their self-confidence, self-control, positive decision-making, and more. CFMC believes in the mission of Youth First and hopes to find a way for more Youth First Social Workers to be in Morgan County Schools.” Youth First is grateful for this continued partnership!
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