Youth Ambassador Program Parent Info


As parents, we are always supporting and guiding our children in ways to give back to the community and make a difference in society. Our Youth Ambassador Program provides a great platform for parents to support their kids, while building a greater public awareness of the epidemic of child abuse in America, bullying, and other child neglect and maltreatment issues.
It’s a simple program offering an opportunity for every child to get involved and provide a louder voice for the voiceless, the under-privileged, under-served, and maltreated children in our country. Through service, today’s inspired young people are helping their own generation while paving the way for future generations of children to have better lives. Learn more, and get your kids started today!

Mobilizing Youth Through Digital Activism For Social Change

American SPCC Youth Ambassador Program

Using the power of the internet to make a difference


Parents, get your kids involved. Talk to them about the Youth Ambassador Program. Encourage them to join today, to take actions through service that change them and the world. We grant school service hours upon request, review, and approval.


Have a greater impact by getting your kid’s school involved in service. Talk to the principal, teachers, counselors, service coordinators, and PTA about our Youth Ambassador Program, and let them know that program stipends are available upon request.


All kids need help and adult guidance, and there’s no one better than a parent for that job. Help support your kids with their service projects. You can use our suggested projects, or encourage your kid’s creative side and have them develop their own project (submit ideas for approval).


Additionally, we believe fundraising is best left to adults. We support youth being focused on non-fundraising project-based efforts. That’s why parents are particularly helpful with initiating and supporting stipend(s) fundraising for their local area Youth Ambassador Program.


Don’t hesitate to contact us, should you have questions or need further assistance. We are here to help, and we are more than willing to hear your suggestions.