Looking for ways to get involved within your community's youth? Volunteering for the coalition is a great way to start. Our volunteers do things such as work lunch activities, and help our mentors at after school groups. We are currently looking for innovative people to help with our social media campaign, and our community events. If you can't make the time commitment but still want to help, we can always accommodate to a busy schedule. Thank you in advance for your time.
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For nearly three decades, Be Awesome has made a constructive influence on our local youth. Our coalition couldn't have done it without our donors support. We want to encourage everyone to keep helping in making a difference by donating.
Monetary donations have the most immediate impact. No donation is too small. If you are looking to sponsor a local nonprofit, we are tax deductible and can work with our network to reach over 15,000 residents with your brand.
Supplies are also needed. These include office/craft supplies, kid friendly food and drink, and toys such as LEGOS. We could even use small items or gift certificates for incentives.
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A great way to support and stay connected within our cause, is by following us on social media. This helps keep our followers updated and to spread the word about our mission to other individuals. This will also help increase our impact.
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We are a fun and engaged group of community members of all ages and sectors. We are dedicated to developing confident, connected, and successful youth. We meet every second Wednesday from 5:15-6:30 at 18150 N. Alterra Parkway.
Our Maricopa SADD Chapters (Students Against Destructive Decisions) is made up of youth who want to make an impact by promoting positive life choices. If you're looking to make friends join us every Wednesday from 3:45-5:45pm. It's a great way to connect, make a difference, and have fun.
At CAASA we know that some youth just need individualized attention. However, sometimes due to circumstances out of their control they don't get it. That 's where we step in. We have partnered with local schools to provide part time school based mentors on their campuses. Mentors meet with students individually in after school and intercession groups. The mentor-mentee relationship is helping improve school performance.
CAASA offers drug and alcohol education through curriculum delivered in schools. Our team is trained and prepared to provide information on prescription drugs, marijuana, and alcohol prevention. Contact us for a complimentary presentation for you and your group.
CAASA knows it is crucial for teens and young people to find ways to connect and have fun with out using substances. Our local surveys show time and time again friends and parties are the top ways youth access drugs or alcohol. We organize community events for kids, teens, and families to help counter that. They are fun, unique, and supervised by screened, trained staff who have our youth's best interest at heart.
I was an intern and then an employee of CAASA while in high school at their Youth Rec Center, I leaned to be responsible along with developing an above average work ethic that I have carried with me ever since. I am now a senior at Arizona State University with a full scholarship, I recently accepted a position at a prestigious company, and I am in the process of buying a new home here in Maricopa. None of these achievements would have been possible without CAASA’s program.
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Feel free to visit during normal business hours. We are located at Maricopa Elementary School 18150 N. Altera Parkway.
One way we keep funding directed at services is by dividing up office responsibilities. So, you'll want to call first to make sure someone is in the office and not out on the field.
PO BOX 144 85139, Maricopa, Arizona, United States
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment
Be Awesome Youth Coalition Meetings:
The Second Thursday of the Month 5:15-6:30 PM