News

Welcome to Fresh Lifelines For Youth’s newsroom where you will find press highlights, latest news, reports and multimedia presentations about our work. For media inquiries, contact Claire Wagner, Director of Communications, claire@flyprogram.org or (669) 238-1078.

News

  • Oakland North, “High schoolers take class to learn about the law and how it may affect their lives” | Read More
  • East Bay Express, “City of Oakland and Three Nonprofits Awarded $1.85 Million in State Grants for Violence Prevention” | Read More
  • Syvlia A. Harvey, “Where’s My Village?” The Root | Read More
  • Johnna Laird, “A Chance to Soar,” Tri-City Voice | Read More
  • KTVU, “49ers players, incarcerated kids talk frustration management and football drills at juvenile hall,” | Read More
  • Judge Leonard Edwards, “Mentors Crucial to Curb Recidivism for Youths,” Juvenile Justice Information Exchange (jjie.org) | Read More 
  • Judge Leonard Edwards, Santa Clara Superior Court (Ret.), “One Caring Adult” article about the value of mentoring juvenile justice youth; The Bench, Winter 2017 | Read More
  • Milpitas Beat, “Milpitas Rotary Club Presents $10,000 Check” | Read More
  • Teach for America One Day Magazine, “The Prison-to-School Pipeline” | Read More
  • Post News Group, “Warriors Foundation Teams Up with FLY Program” | Read More
  • San Francisco 49ers visit the Santa Clara County Juvenile Detention Center with FLY  | Read More
  • Sal Pizarro: 49ers eat with fans at Pasta Bowl X in Levi’s Stadium | Read More
  • Fresh Lifelines for Youth receives Charity Navigator’s coveted 4-star rating | Read More
  • FLY named one of 50 semifinalists for the 2016 Drucker Prize | Read More
  • “Gannon: Juvenile court fees run counter to justice,” Special to the San Jose Mercury News | Read More