[Burlington, VT]—The Multicultural Youth Program at Spectrum Youth & Family Services was recently selected to receive $57,000 in funding from the Summer Matters for All Grant program. According to Governor Phil Scott, the Summer Matters for All Grant Program will support programs in 13 Vermont counties with the goal of expanding access to summer enrichment opportunities for youth k-12.Continue Reading
Statement regarding violence and discrimination against the AAPI community
Hate, fear and racism have once again led to violence and killing in America, this time in Georgia, this time directed towards members of the Asian, Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities who identify as women.
These recent tragic deaths are part of a disturbing trend, with AAPI hate crimes having surged 150 percent over the past year…
Make a donation of $100 and receive a free peacock print!
As part of our renovation of our Drop-In Center this year, Christine Burdick Design donated their magical design services and commissioned a mural from Mary Lacy of this beautiful peacock.
To commemorate the project, Christine Burdick Design also had 100 prints of the peacock created for you to take home, each signed by Mary Lacy.
St. Albans Drop-In Center: Get Involved!
We’re opening a Drop-In Center for teens and young adults in downtown St. Albans on March 8, 2021 at 223 Lake Street. Modeled after our Burlington location, the Center will be open weekdays from 10am – 6pm, offering free lunch and dinner, showers, laundry, mentoring, coaching, and activities to youth ages 14-24.