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Your donation will help take our young men and ladies back from the negative influences.
YAMM
Youth Achieving Moral Maturity 
Sponsorship for YAMM




SUPPORTING THE YOUNG  

We accept sponsors, online donations and in-kind donations. You are guaranteed an advertisement spot at our events for your generosity.  All the money will go to one or more of  our program(s) under the Y.A.M.M. umbrella: 

YAMM
The Ellis Effect
Bella Diamondz







Below you will find detailed information about our programs you can support.

(YAMM) Youth Achieving Moral Maturity
Your donation will help us pay for YML (Young Men & Ladies) community projects, field trips, mentors, food, dance performances, culinary arts, music, art, business skills, entrepreneur skills, job readiness, college prep, seminars, conferences, community services, and much more.



The Ellis Effect
Your donation will allow young men ages 12-16 to get the guidance they need in their transition as they represent the young men of YAMM in public appearances. The Ellis Effect mentors assist young men to get an understanding of why it’s imperative to become self-sufficient while learning financial management and exploring entrepreneurship options. Young men are also taught men-like etiquettes. Donations will provide for the necessary attire needed to represent their growth in moral maturity, supplies, materials, food, workshops, and field trips, etc.


Bella Diamondz
Your donation will allow young ladies ages 12-16 to get the guidance they need in their transition as they represent the young ladies of YAMM in public appearances. Bella Diamondz mentors assist young ladies to get an understanding of why it’s imperative to become self-sufficient while learning financial management and exploring entrepreneurship options. Young ladies are also taught lady-like etiquettes. Donations will provide for the necessary attire needed to represent their growth in moral maturity, supplies and materials, food, workshops, and field trips, etc.
Exempted from federal income tax under the provisions of Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.