Youth Ambassadors

The Youth Ambassador Program empowers young minds to positively affect our mission to end hunger. Through innovative programs and education, Youth Ambassadors advocate for hunger relief by acting as a council to Feeding South Florida’s leadership. Providing real-time information about current trends in schools and the needs of their peers.

Feeding South Florida

Council Requirements

Kids (age 5+), teens and college students currently enrolled in a Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe County school.

• Attend meetings at Feeding South Florida (date and time TBD)

• Willingness to represent Feeding South Florida in schools and at
community events.

• Work with a committed adult mentor (elementary and middle
school students) who’s willing to assist.

• Provide on-the-ground information about trends in schools and peer needs.

• Create replicable, sustainable, and scalable turn-key programs for non-council members.

• Assist Feeding South Florida with outreach to designated schools, helping establish an “Adopt a School” program.

• Lead hunger and poverty advocacy efforts by participating in community events and engaging other kids and their families.

• Develop, lead, and complete a project that raises food and/or funds for Feeding South Florida: lead volunteer days; host Food + Fund drives; implement initiatives in schools; and provide hunger education training as opportunities arise.

• Impact the community in a meaningful way

• Develop awareness about the needs of the community

• Build leadership skills that will enhance college applications

• Establish and grow portfolio of community service and philanthropic efforts

• Meet like-minded peers and make new friends

• Receive a Youth Ambassador t-shirt

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