Give Back
Jazz It Up
Make Me Over
Game Night 3
Lights and Camera
Fishing With The Fellas
New Slide
Fishing With The Fellas 2
Good Table Manners
Jazz It Up 2013
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Gearing Up for “Sophisticated Gentlemen”

Gearing Up for “Sophisticated Gentlemen”

Sunday, October 5th 2014 from 12pm – 6pm

“Man-up” Forum 12-1:30pm

Table Etiquette Seminar – 2pm – 3:30pm

Flag-Football – 4pm – 6pm

Fit 4 Kids Camp

Fit 4 Kids Camp

With childhood obesity growing at astounding rates, we as a society must play an committed part in protecting the health of our kids. Eating healthy foods is a key factor in maintaining their overall well-being. But, this has to be balanced with regular physical activity.

According to PBS, children who are physically active on a regular basis will reap enormous benefits. Studies have shown that they:

• Are less likely to become overweight
• Have a decreased risk of developing type 2 diabetes
• Have reduced blood cholesterol levels and lower blood pressure
• Have higher self-esteem and reduced incidences of depression and anxiety
• Are more likely to build strong bones and muscles
• Are more attentive in school

We Need You

We Need You

We are in great demand for individuals 18 and older to volunteer. What better way to give back to your community?

“IF YOU’RE NOT GIVING, THEN YOU’RE NOT LIVING” L.A. Alston

Jazz It Up

Jazz It Up

Jazz It Up Glamourous For A Day” (for young women)

Fishing With The Fellas

Fishing With The Fellas
  • (This is a M2M (Male to Male) event. This event allows young males and adult males the opportunity to learn from one another. Its an opportunity to teach our youth the importance of manhood, brotherhood, and FELLAship)

Upcoming Events

Aug
05

Fit 4 Kids

Bounce Back Youth Leadership Foundation will be hosting our 1st Annual “Fit 4 Kids” week long summer camp. This program is directed towards the youth who are battling with obesity.
With childhood obesity growing at astounding rates, we as a society must play an committed part in protecting the health of our kids. Eating healthy foods is a key factor in maintaining their overall well-being. But, this has to be balanced with regular physical activity.

According to PBS, children who are physically active on a regular basis will reap enormous benefits. Studies have shown that they:

• Are less likely to become overweight
• Have a decreased risk of developing type 2 diabetes
• Have reduced blood cholesterol levels and lower blood pressure
• Have higher self-esteem and reduced incidences of depression and anxiety
• Are more likely to build strong bones and muscles
• Are more attentive in school
Mar
30

Jazz It Up

Bounce Back Youth Leadership Foundation will be hosting: Jazz It Up


The Jazz It Up program is for the young teenage women in our community. This program is designed to build or sustain one’s self-esteem. Furthermore, this program is outlined to educate young women on what is to be a woman, how to carry themselves like a lady, and how they should feel comfortable in their bodies no matter their size, complexion, or disabilities.

Bounce Back Youth Leadership Foundation is going to do this through 3 difference workshops in one day. I have reached out to the community and ask for volunteers to assist me with this program.

I am bringing in Make-Up-Artist, Hairstylist, Motivational Speakers, Photographers, and people that are intrigue about helping our youth.

The first workshop is called:

Make-Me-Over – While the young ladies are getting all glammed-up, I will have speakers speaking with the young ladies getting them to open up about themselves and to answer any questions these young ladies may have.

The second workshop is called:

Good Table Manners (Table Etiquette Seminar) – We have a facilitator who will teach these young ladies the proper way of dining. (At a 5 Star restaurant)

The last workshop is called:

Lights and Camera – These young ladies will be doing a photo shoot while learning that they are beautiful no matter what. We will be teaching them about not being shy in front of the camera. Furthermore, we will be teaching them how to effectively speak and position themselves in front of the camera.

“YOU’RE NEVER TOO YOUNG TO BE JAZZY!!!”
Mar
16

Bowling With The Boyz

This is a chance for Moms, Aunts, Grandmas, Guardians, and Big Sisters to get out with their favorite boys and enjoy a great time bowling while supporting Bounce Back.

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