Big Day of Giving 2017

Sleeping bags are for camping trips and sleep-overs, not for living. Every night in Sacramento, more than 400 children and young people do not sleep in a bed, but rather find refuge on a park bench, under a freeway or on a doorstep. Wind Youth Services provides food, shelter and lodging for as many of …

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Extended Hours Offer Overnight Options to Youth

Today, the City of Sacramento, in partnership with Wind Youth Services, announced the expansion of Wind Youth Services’ operational hours to accommodate overnight options for unhoused youth. “Our transitional age youth are some of our most vulnerable populations,” said Mayor Darrell Steinberg. “It breaks my heart to hear what these young people deal with on …

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Newly Housed Teens Need Furniture!

We have several youth moving into new apartments (yay!) who need apartment furnishings. If you have any new or gently used items you could donate, they can be dropped off atCountry Club Apartments at 2926 Watt Ave, #34. Contact Eden at 916-307-1450 for more info. Here is a complete list of what we need most, …

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A Brighter Future for our Youth

Early in the month of December, Wind partnered with Future Youth Records and Sexually Exploited Children and Teens (SECT) to create an opportunity for 12 girls to write two original songs and record them in a professional studio here in Sacramento. The goal of the project was to bring together a group of girls who …

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