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PRESS RELEASE: GENYOUth TO HOST SECOND ANNUAL GALA IN NEW YORK -- ABOARD THE INTREPID

GENYOUth, a philanthropic organization focused on elevating youth leadership to advance wellness in schools and communities, announced today that it will host its second annual Gala at New York's Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on the evening of Wednesday, December 6. The Gala theme, "A Celebration of the Creative, Curious, and Bold!," honors the nonprofit's mission of empowering youth as stewards of their own healthy, high-achieving futures.

To read the press release, click here.

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Letter from Alexis Glick: GENYOUth's 50 State Report

Today marks the official launch of GENYOUth's 'Advancing Youth Wellness in 50 States' Report. You can find this resource via the GENYOUth website homepage or Reports page, and we're proud to share this letter from our CEO, Alexis Glick, which provides an overview of the report as well as thanks to all of the incredible partners and support that made this work possible.

 

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What Can Breakfast Do For Education

GENYOUth CEO, Alexis Glick, wrote a piece that is a part of Mediaplanet’s “What’s for Breakfast?” campaign to educate USA Today readers on how skipping the most important meal of the day negatively affects their health and well-being, while providing solutions for adults and families to help themselves and their children start each day with their health and wellness in mind. The campaign was distributed through USA Today on May 30th, 2017 and is published online. For the full campaign, click here.

 

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HUFFINGTON POST: MILESTONES OF 100 DAYS COME AND GO, BUT CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ALWAYS RISES ABOVE POLITICS

Younger generations millenials, gen z, want to work for companies that stand for something and do good in the world. This same passionate, purpose-seeking consumer demands accountability from the companies they choose to give their dollars to. Therefore, it's no longer enough for corporate social responsibility to be a nice to have. If young people have anything to say about it, and they almost always do, the new bottom line could soon be values based. Thriving in this economy is tremendous opportunity for organizations, and the fresh talent that defines them to redefine how success is measured. In her latest piece on the Huffington Post, Alexis talks about why "Caring Substantiates R(OI)", and this new way of thinking about CSR is an important barometer for ALL companies.