Youth Villages
Youth Villages
Memphis, TN, United States
Memphis United States

A youth village (Hebrew: ??? ??????, Kfar No'ar) is a boarding school model first developed in Mandate Palestine in the 1930s to care for groups of children and teenagers fleeing the Nazis. Henrietta Szold and Recha Freier were the pioneers in this sphere, known as youth aliyah, creating an educational facility that was a cross between a European boarding school and a kibbutz. Wikipedia

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Memphis, TN, United States
Memphis United States

A youth village (Hebrew: ??? ??????, Kfar No'ar) is a boarding school model first developed in Mandate Palestine in the 1930s to care for groups of children and teenagers fleeing the Nazis. Henrietta Szold and Recha Freier were the pioneers in this sphere, known as youth aliyah, creating an educational facility that was a cross between a European boarding school and a kibbutz. Wikipedia

  • Happy Halloween from Youth Villages. Our Ops Center costume contest was super-creative.
  • Mission focused, Memphis proud Meet YV 360 alum, McKayla! (Link in our bio)
  • Meet Kia she loves art and make-up; she wants to attend Austin Peay State University, and a forever familys support is crucial to her success. Share to connect her with a wonderful family. (Link in our bio)
  • It doesn''t take much to make a difference as a LifeSet Network supporter. Offering words of congratulations after a successful mid-term, giving advice before a job interview, purchasing a pair of jumper cables for a young person''s car-all of these things go a long way in helping former foster youth make a successful transition to adulthood. (Link in our bio)

Happy Halloween from Youth Villages. Our Ops Center costume contest was super-creative.

Mission focused, Memphis proud Meet YV 360 alum, McKayla! (Link in our bio)

Meet Kia she loves art and make-up; she wants to attend Austin Peay State University, and a forever familys support is crucial to her success. Share to connect her with a wonderful family. (Link in our bio)

It doesn''t take much to make a difference as a LifeSet Network supporter. Offering words of congratulations after a successful mid-term, giving advice before a job interview, purchasing a pair of jumper cables for a young person''s car-all of these things go a long way in helping former foster youth make a successful transition to adulthood. (Link in our bio)

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