Royal Oak, Mich., June 2, 2015 – GiveYoung.org has concluded yet another successful season and is getting its next chapter underway. In order to expose the next generation of philanthropists to a broader range of non-profit organizations, GiveYoung.org will expand the number of featured non-profits from three to eight.
“It is important that we help the next generation of philanthropists gain knowledge about as many non-profits as possible,” says Rick Van House, co-founder and chairman of GiveYoung.org.
GiveYoung.org will now divide their charitable partners into two segments: small and mid-sized. “Midsized non-profits are important,” says Van House, “but the smaller ones need the most help and exposure. Plus, the younger audience enjoys being part of the good fight.”
Moving forward, GiveYoung.org will welcome as many as eight non-profit organizations as charitable partners. There will be four organizations selected with gross revenue less than $1 million, and four selected at the $1 million or above level.
The previous season’s non-profit partners were Forgotten Harvest, Humble Design and The Empowerment Plan.
GiveYoung.org is currently taking requests for participation or suggestions for partnerships. Please click here to submit a non-profit for consideration.
GiveYoung.org is a Van House Foundation initiative whose main purpose is to help the younger generation learn about giving and volunteering. In partnering with various non-profits, GiveYoung.org acts as a bridge between non-profits and the younger generation. By finding new and innovative ways to make learning about philanthropy exciting, we aim to help the younger generation become involved early on in life.