Meet the National Runaway Safeline’s (NRS) July 2018, volunteer of the month, Dave Satterwhite, and learn why he chooses to serve youth in crisis at NRS.
Who a youth can count on in life is an important question to be able to answer. Especially in times of crisis, youth need to feel they can turn to someone – or something – for support.
NRS is grateful for the support of all our FABULOUS donors!
When Avery* decided to call 1-800-RUNAWAY, she had already been homeless and surviving on the streets for ten months. She was sitting on the…
June’s Organization of the Month is Trans Lifeline, a trans-led organization that provides resources to trans and gender non-conforming people.
We are grateful to all of the donors who help us keep America’s youth safe!
Board Treasurer Ken Lavelle hosted a reception last month to introduce his Texan colleagues to NRS.
What keeps me coming back is the sense of having a positive impact on peoples’ lives, as well as how a shift humbles me and puts my own problems in perspective.
After 15 year old Alandra’s mother was deported to Mexico, everything changed.