The McKenzie Noelle Wilson Foundation focuses on creating programs to help teenagers identify and develop their talents, their character and their spirituality in three important ways:
McKenzie Cares programs encourages teens to care for others by:
Cultivating a sense of caring and concern about the well-being of others and the world around us.
Providing help to those who are troubled, and strive to alleviate pain and suffering.
Taking an interest in the welfare of their community and environment.
McKenzie Gives programs urges charitable involvement among teenagers by:
Encouraging students to volunteer and hold fundraisers for charitable organizations and those in need.
Establishing mentoring programs for teens to reach out to other teens.
Connecting them to the world by showing them small efforts can have a dramatic impact all the way in Africa.
McKenzie Grows programs guide teens to a positive lifestyle and spiritual practice by:
Providing educational workshops and positive, uplifting concerts for teens.
Encouraging students to actively developing and practicing their spirituality, no matter what their faith background may be.
McKenzie Clubs unite and mobilize students to care for others through volunteering and charity.
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