Working with local leaders, students identify community needs and perform several service projects each year to address those needs. The projects fall into four strategic areas: health, education, public safety, and leadership. The projects are aimed at improving high school graduation rates and at transforming Josephine County into a vibrant community in which every individual has the opportunity to be healthy, educated, and prosperous.
Read about our projects below.
There are roughly 3,500 high school students in Josephine County and over half of those students are considered low income (half of whom are living below the poverty level), including homeless students, and are...
Students raised over $3,000 for community projects and for the development of our students.
“I would like to thank all those who made this event so successful by taking the time to stop by,...
“What were you doing when you were 15?”
Wrote Kevin Widdison, Editor of the Grants Pass Daily Courier newspaper in an editorial entitled “A sneak peek at a brighter future” describing JCF youth at a...
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