On October 6th, 2017, the MCBP held a benefit banquet to help raise funds to ensure that the program continues to thrive and be of use to our youth involved. banquet from Sharee Cole on Vimeo.
As the 2017 primary election approaches, Millennials in Action (a political activist group), as well as members from IDAAY, took to the streets with some of the candidates running for office, to urge and encourage people to get out and vote.
This video gives a look at IDAAY’s annual knowledge competition where various students (mostly those within their programs) put their wits to the test. knowl comp from Sharee Cole on Vimeo.
The Institute for the Development of African American Youth (IDAAY) seeks to empower and serve at-risk youth through a variety of different programs. Some of the organizations programs include a Main College Bound program, Don’t Fall Down in the Hood, Father’s United, and Intensive In-Home Supervision just to name a few. The founder Archye Leacock,Continue reading “West Philadelphia, Part I : Serving and Empowering At-Risk youth”