About Us

MY Project USA envisions strong youth building a stronger, just, and more inclusive America.

 

We develop leaders to serve the community while keeping themselves and their peers safe from social vices.

 

Our youths become the leadership that can tackle gangs, drugs, sex trafficking, bullying, drinking, violence, extremism, etc.

Vision

MY Project USA envisions strong youth building a stronger, just, and more inclusive America.

 

We develop leaders to serve the community while keeping themselves and their peers safe from social vices.

 

Our youths become the leadership that can tackle gangs, drugs, sex trafficking, bullying, drinking, violence, extremism, etc.

Mission

MY Project USA aims to protect and empower American youth.

 

We are committed to addressing the issues including drugs, gangs, sex trafficking, bullying, drinking, violence, radicalization, and so on. Our youth face these issues daily in contemporary American society.

 

It also aims to empower the youth by creating opportunities for them to become productive citizens and strong community leaders of the United States of America. 

Focus Areas

Youth Protection

 Combating: 

  • Human Trafficking,

  • Extremist violence,

  • Drugs & Gangs,

  • Substance Abuse,

  • Suicides,

  • Bullying,

  • Female Genital Mutilation,  

  • Forced Marriages, etc.

 

Youth Empowerment

  • Successful entrepreneurs 

  • Committed public servants

  • Strong community leaders

  • Protectors of other youth

 

Parent Empowerment

  • Cultural Competency Training

  • Positive parenting

  • Foster and Adoptive Parents Training

Strategic Goals

1. Protecting & helping our youth becomes a community priority.

 

2. Supporting and protecting at-risk and young victims before it's too late.

 

3. Empowering our youth with skills to:

  • protect themselves and their peers

  • tell their stories

  • uphold their civil rights and moral values

  • launch their own initiatives

  • start their own businesses


4. Establishing youth-driven community service projects as the norm within our communities.

 

5. Preparing parents with the skills need to deal with parenting challenges in the USA.

 

6. Increasing the number of registered foster parents throughout the states.

 

7. Addressing youth's needs for social services through faith-based organizations,  and professional youth counselors and mentors as mandatory staff members.

 

8. Offering workshops as a faith-based organization about drugs, drinking, trafficking, and similar issues. 

 

9. Informing and training community leaders so they can speak about the issues that our youth are facing on a daily basis.