REHM Foundation Inc. 501(c)3)

Welcome to our site! Reginald Edward Holloway McKenzie Foundation Inc! REHM Foundation Inc. is a youth community outreach program that provide donations of new toys and clothing to families.  Adolescence is an unsettling time with many physical, environmental and psychological changes.  It is our hope that through our assistance we hope to encourage and uplift the spirit of young people in our local area. we provide donations of toys, and clothing periodically during the year to help local families in need. It is through our efforts and community financial support locally and nationally we uplift with our community outreach program.

 

The intended purpose of our organization is:

 

 THEIR LIVES...

 

To aid to teens that are in need of preventive counseling services.  It is our goal to provide teens that are facing addiction, depression or suicidal thoughts with help and hope.  We will provide funding (when available) for quality counseling and preventative education to troubled youth between the ages of 11-18.  We sincerely believe that every child deserves a positive future in the United States and around the world.

 

 

 

 

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A Positive Spirit

"No matter how far a person can go the horizon is still way beyond you."

                 

"Zora Neal Hurston"
                                                            

                              

Parents start talking

MONEY SMARTS.

 

Parents have you started talking to your youth about financial issues?



 A study on youth financial literacy that studied 4,107 teens nationally revealed that statistically significant changes were found in financial knowledge behavior and self-efficacy, both immediately after studying the curriculum and three months after completing the curriculum. About half the teens had gains in knowledge, a third had gains in behavior, and 40% increased their confidence in managing their money.  Danes, Casas & Boyce (1999).



In both academic and mass media arenas there has been a call for financial education increase the fianncial literacy of teens.  Personal finance is not taught systematically in highschools.

 

Our teens must be taught at youngest age when they start to understand the importance of financial literacy. This financial teaching is an ongoing process, from grade school in order to prepare them for the heavy demands of financial burdens of college life. Children tend to learn faster than adults, so the earlier you educate them on finance the better.  During their teen years Youth Vantage can educate our youth on understanding national and international markets. This will also broaden their knowledge on Foreign  exchange markets and how they work our kids must understand how these markets affect their daily lives in the United States which reach down into their local communites in which they live.

 

"We may not be able to prepare the future for our children, but we can at least prepare our children for the futture."

 

                    "Franklin D. Roosevelt"

 

"If you're walking down the right path and your're willing to keep walking, eventually you will make progress."

                       

                 "President Barak Obama "    

 

"Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in adversity.

                             "Aristotle"

 

"Life is my college, may I graduate well and earn some honors."   

                        "Louisa May Alcot"

 

 

"When you learn teach when you get, give"

 

                     "Maya Angelou"

 

"It does'nt matter where you come from, what you have, what you don't have. The only thing that matters is you set a goal and you just dream, live and fly."

           

                 "Barrington Irving"

 

"The function of education is to teach one to think critically . Intelligence plus character-that is the true goal of education.

               MLK, Jr. 

Religious Leader and Civil Human Rignts Activist           

 

 

                         

 

 

 

 

 

 

How's Your Money Magement Skills?

 


 

  • Do you know how to avoid risky credit card behavior?

 

  • Can you implement and use a budget wisely?

 

  • Do you find that your parents have to bail you out?

 

If you can relate to any of these questions, take a look at the clip below.

 

 

 

RISKY BUSINESS

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