at PO Box 13501, Sacramento, 95853 United States
Open to the community and incarcerated offering an opportunity for Rites of Passage and Entrepreneur Training Program for males ages 13-25.
42 FB users likes Changing My Lane Foundation Incorporated, set it to 56 position in Likes Rating for Sacramento, California in Non-profit organization category
Today was a very no nonsense kind of day with an opportunity to participate in a local festival in October 10th from 12-3. CML will be utilizing this event to educate, promote, survey, and recruit clients & volunteers.
The Fit Fest held on 7-12-15, was a blast for Changing My Lane. We were successful in gaining volunteers for our upcoming projects and survey the needs of our young adults from the surrounding community of Sacramento.
Limited Time Offer... Free Pilot Rites of Passage opportunity coming soon in selected communities. Stay tune for more information.
To better support our vision at Changing My Lanes, I'm doing everything humanly possible to locate funds to launch our services for this summer...
The Mobbment has heart and soul after completing and bypassing the skateboarding record traveling from Sacramento,CA to Hollywood, CA in 1 day & 17 hours. These young men have passion and determination to have a victory in contributing to the lives of others. I am proud to be in affiliated with this awesome organization.
Changing My Lane Foundation had a awesome time supporting the Sacramento Links Chapter 27th Annual Beautillion fundraising event that really cultivates the future of our youth and lifts up the African American community.
We have recently updated our website and welcome all the feedback available. Please support www.changingmylane.org
Please check out: Incarcerated Youth Success Stories page and give your feedback.
Your Opinion Matters: http://www.mercurynews.com/opinion/ci_25771303/schools-v-prisons-educations-way-cut-prison-population
What do you think about this? http://jjie.org/former-youth-inmate-overcomes-impossible-to-run-for-california-state-assembly/
Interesting information: http://nationswell.com/ab-2276-reduce-youth-recidivism-in-california/