FLY’s 2020 Annual Report

FLY’s 2020 Annual Report

We are pleased to present the annual report for Fiscal Year 2019-2020! The past year has been unusual and challenging in many ways, yet because of your support we were able to serve more than 2,000 young people in 42 cities across the Bay Area and maintain our fundraising efforts. We took every challenge in stride as an opportunity to learn and grow, leading us to emerge even stronger than before. This year, we are presenting our report in two different parts: the usual narrative report and a short summary of key data about our youth and programs from the

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Youth Incarceration and Cops on Campus with Nick Jasso

Youth Incarceration and Cops on Campus with Nick Jasso

Nick Jasso is a FLY alumni, UCLA student, and currently works for FLY as a Youth Voice Policy Fellow. As a Policy Fellow he plays a key role in helping FLY define and codify our efforts to center youth voices within our systems change work. The topic of how school resource officers contribute to the school to prison pipeline is the focus of Episode 9 of the PolicyWise podcast featuring Nick.

Prioritizing Youth Voice at FLY

Prioritizing Youth Voice at FLY

FLY believes that youth are the experts of their own experience, and amplifying their voices is part of FLY’s DNA. FLY itself was founded upon the ideas and feedback provided by youth involved in the juvenile justice system hoping to prevent other young people from having the same fate. Twenty years later, we continue to honor this tradition by engaging and collaborating with young people as true partners in our work. 

How Our Youth Inspire Us: Noemi’s Story

How Our Youth Inspire Us: Noemi’s Story

At FLY, we love sharing personal success stories to illustrate the determination and hard work of our youth. This is the story of Noemi, who participated in our Law and Reentry Programs and overcame many challenges to prove that she can build a bright future for herself.