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Your contribution enables us to keep empowering our teenagers and young adults. Here you are NOT giving us a donation, but making a sustainable investment to increase our Local Operative Fund™ (LOF). Our LOF create asset-based community development. Having the freedom to make their own choices, local youth keep inspiring our team to innovate more.  And your contribution inspire us, too… even more!

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