Submitted by World Federation of Youth Clubs
ORLANDO, Fla., November 1, 2022 /CSRwire/ - World Federation of Youth Clubs (WFYC) recently announced the 2022 Promise Awards recipients during its second annual celebration.
This year’s event, which was shared with a global audience on September 20, 2022, recognized seven recipients and five honorable mentions in three categories: leaders, programs, and youth. Award recipients were selected from over 60 nominations from 38 countries around the world.
This year’s award recipients were:
This year’s honorable mentions were:
Launched in 2021, the WFYC Promise Awards were created to raise awareness about the importance of youth development organizations and professionals, to highlight best practices in youth development, and share stories of the creativity, courage, and resiliency of youth around the world. WFYC member organizations nominate the leaders, programs, and youth in their communities who are making an impact for these awards.
This year’s recipients received video storytelling production training, a professionally edited video about the recipient and their club, media training, guidance and support to celebrate this news in their local community, a grant to the club supporting their programs and a celebration for recognition as a 2022 Promise Awards recipient!
The 2022 Promise Awards featured Susan Porcaro Goings, WFYC Co-Founder & Board Member, as the host, and guest speakers included WFYC Global Ambassador Karl-Anthony Towns of the Minnesota Timberwolves; Kirk Dominick, WFYC President & CEO; David Evangelista, 2022 Promise Awards Committee Chair, Special Olympics Europe-Eurasia; event sponsor, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP; and other members of the Promise Awards committee, board members, and more.
Visit our website at www.wfyc.org/promise-awards to view the entire celebration.
About World Federation of Youth Clubs
World Federation of Youth Clubs (WFYC) has a mission to develop, advance, and enhance global youth organizations that provide a positive environment and a safe place for young people around the world. WFYC supports 3,525 youth development organizations serving more than 375,000 youth in 39 countries. We provide one-on-one consultation and technical expertise, professional development and training, and the promotion and amplification of their critical work. WFYC’s headquarters are located in Orlando, Florida. Learn more at wfyc.org
The World Federation of Youth Clubs (WFYC), a 501c3 non-profit organization, was formally created in 2019 by co-founders Rick and Susan Goings, yet its history started years before. Through the Goings’ global travels and work with Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), and Rick as Chairman & CEO of Tupperware Brands Corporation, they observed firsthand and experienced countless stories of the needs of children and teens.
WFYC’s mission is to develop, advance and enhance global youth organizations that provide a positive environment and a safe place for young people around the world. WFYC exists to support those youth organizations doing the important work of caring for the well-being of young people who may not have the resources at their disposal to champion their cause. With member organizations operating in 37 countries outside of the United States, over 300,000 youth and their families are being served through 3,000+ facility-based organizations that provide educational programs, personal and leadership development, and family and community engagement. Learn more at www.wfyc.org.
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