Leading the Way

Across Lincoln County, young people advocate for honoring youth voice through participation in school-level surveys, and by helping to prioritize risk and protective factors negatively impacting the health and well-being of their peers.  They speak directly to both the resources they need and those they are willing to provide at home, at school and in the community.  Kids of all ages work alongside trusted adults to increase opportunities for youth and families to engage in programs, projects, and activities that ultimately contribute to a stronger, safer, healthier community for all of us.

Aspire to Inspire Youth Leadership Camp

UFY’s Annual Aspire to Inspire Youth Leadership Camp provides a safe and healthy environment where youth in GRADES 7-12 are challenged to step up as leaders and learn about themselves and others as they grow the skills and abilities they will need to make a positive impact not only in their own life, but also in their home, at school and in their community.  

Youth Leadership Camp


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Youth Leadership Camp


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Youth Leadership Camp


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Support Opportunities for Youth Engagement

UFY is a 501c3 non-profit organization.  Your generous tax-deductible donation will be used to connect area youth with high quality local, state, and national youth development opportunities 

The Troy Bike Project

Community Owned and Operated

The Troy Bike Project utilizes the Communities That Care (CTC) Social Development Strategy to build upon existing resources to create a program that connects area youth with positive, caring adults.  Together, as they learn more about themselves and one another, and as they grow confidence in their skills and abilities, young people develop a sense ownership and belonging that inspires engagement and a willingness to contribute to positive, sustainable community change.

Support Troy's Bike Project

Make a difference for kids...

Contact us to learn more about the many ways YOU can make a positive and lasting impact in Lincoln County.