What Can I Do?
Metro Youth Partnership is always looking for positive, caring adults to help us in our mission of providing developmental assets to all Moorhead, Fargo, and West Fargo children and youth.
If you have time and talents you would like to share through mentoring or volunteering for MYP in Moorhead, Fargo, and West Fargo - or if you have ideas for building a healthy community and need to get them off the ground - please let us know! Email Us or call 701-231-5553
Become an Asset Champion:
Asset Champions are everyday heroes for our youth. With a bit of training, every person from every sector in our diverse community can learn how to build assets in their homes, neighborhoods, faith communities, schools and workplaces: everywhere, everyday.
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Mail or deliver donations to:
For more information, please contact us at 701-231-5553
Other ways to give:
Metro Youth Partnership recognizes the generous support of our donors through MYP publications and publication on our website; however, requests of anonymity will be honored.
- Get to know the kids and parents in your neighborhood.
- Be a friend to a child or teenager.
- Encourage youth in your community by celebrating their accomplishments.
- Learn how you can build a healthy community through MYP asset-building training.
- Become a volunteer mentor.
- Provide financial assistance to MYP programs.
- Demonstrate that you value the people in your community.
- Take time to know your children.
- Make family time a weekly priority.
- Get to know your children’s friends and parents.
- Be genuine, honest, and apologize when you’ve been wrong.
- Be consistent, home rules apply to everyone.
- Be friendly and courteous to other kids, even if they are not a close friend.
- Volunteer in the community.
- Respect and acknowledge the differences in others.
- Welcome newcomers to your school and neighborhood.
- Communicate openly and honestly with your family members.
- Establish, promote, and support positive activities.
- Provide safe neighborhoods, i.e. Block Clubs.
- Look at kids as an asset in the community.
- Offer your expertise as an opportunity for youth development.
- Say “hello” to kids.