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Pro-Youth Foundation is an international organization headquartered in the United States of America, with Registration number: 08776687. It was established to promote the total empowerment and development of youths in Northern America.

Pro-Youth Foundation is an independent non – profit organization which seeks to reduce crime in the society, by empowering youths in North America to be productive in whatever career path they choose to follow. It also seeks to empower youths in the area of governance, the advancement of the economy and promotion of human and children’s right. We are also deeply involved in advocacy for youth development and youth participation in government and in nation building.

We are quite aware that the crime rate in the United States of America is on the increase and most of the people who are involved in these crimes are predominantly within the youth age bracket. From our research and investigation, we realized that people most often than not, go into crime when they are not gainfully employed, or when they are not involved in any cause or sport et al.

So, what we intend doing at Pro-Youth Foundation is to help youths stay out of trouble, by providing support, training, counseling and mentoring to as many as we can reach. We are of the opinion that once youths are placed on the right track, and they are given the needed support and platforms, there is no limit to what they can achieve for themselves and for the nation.

The youths of any country cannot be ignored in the development and advancement of the country which is why we are leveraging on our experience in governance and politics to get as much youths as we can reach in the United States of America and Canada involve politics and governance.

The founders of Pro-Youth Foundation are people with robust experience in governance, enterprise development, social work and legal matters, amongst other fields. The founding members are Dr. Shavonne Solomon who has over 30 years of experience working with various leading NGOs in the United States of America.

Prof Shannon John who has over 35 years of experience as a lecturer and a Peak Performance cum Development Coach. Others are; Dr. Lois Kingsley a Lawyer of repute and Dr. Kamsi Emmanuel a renowned political analyst and adviser to many US presidents.

We run a standard skill acquisition school; a place where youths can come in and acquire skills that will help them successfully launch their businesses. Also, we also run a sport training facility where youths can register and get themselves involved in one sport or the other.

Pro Youth Foundation Partners with the government, institutions, corporate organizations and other Non – profits organization et al to achieve our aims and objectives. We operate from New York City (Our Headquarters) and we intend setting up our offices in different regions in the United States of America and Canada, so as to enable us connect with youths and children in these regions.

  • Success Bench Mark

We have been able to identify some of the major causes of crimes in our society and we have perfected our plans on how to reduce these crimes in North America. Although we have outlined actions to be taken in order to achieve our goals, but we are not ruling out the fact that it might be a bit challenging to measure our success rate. Nevertheless, we would consider our foundation to have attained great success if we are able to scale through all the following factors:

  • If we are able to train and empower a minimum of 50,000 Youths to run their own business annually in North America.
  • If we are able to secure 25 percent of elective positions for youths in government.
  • If we are able to reduce the crime rate by 10 percent annually in the United States of America and Canada.

What We Do

Basically, we try as much as we can to streamline our activities in Pro-Youth Foundation to areas where we know we can produce faster results when it comes to reducing crime rates and getting youths involved in enterprise development and governance in The United States of America and in Canada. These are some of the things we do are Pro-Youth Foundation:

  • Operate a Skill Acquisition, Empowerment and Development Centre
  • Professional Counseling
  • Mentoring and coaching
  • Operate a Standard Sports Facility
  • Youth Advocacy
  • Promotion of Youth involvement in Politics and Governance
  • Sourcing for scholarships for students

Our Vision Statement

Our Vision as an Organization is to create a nation where youths will be actively involved in economic development of the country and governance and a country free from crime.

  • Our Mission Statement

To join hands with the government and other stakeholders in empowering youths and in creating a crime free America and Canada.

  • Our Organization’s Structure

In order to fulfill our mission and also maximize the resource within our disposal per time, we have been able to start our not for profit organization with a few key full – time employees and volunteers / interns. We adopted this method because we are quite aware of the challenge of maintaining a large workforce as a Non – Profit organization.

In view of the above, we have decided to start Pro-Youth Foundation with the following key positions (both full – time and volunteers);

  • Board of Directors
  • Executive Director / President
  • Head of Administration and Personnel
  • Head of Communications and IT
  • Grants Officer
  • Programs Officer
  • Customer Service Office
  • Security Officer
  • Cleaners
  • Interns / Volunteers

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Board of Directors

Executive Director / President-:

  • Responsible for providing direction for the business
  • Creating, communicating, and implementing the organization’s vision, mission, and overall direction – i.e. leading the development and implementation of the overall organization’s strategy.
  • Responsible for the day to day running of the business
  • Responsible for fixing prices
  • Responsible for recruitment
  • Responsible for payment of salaries
  • Responsible for signing checks and documents on behalf of the company
  • Evaluates the success of the organization

Head of Administration and Personnel-:

  • Responsible for managing the daily activities of the back end office
  • Prepares payroll for the organization
  • Prepare monthly financial report for the organization
  • Interfaces with vendors and third party suppliers
  • Interfaces with our bankers (lodgment of cash, checks and bank drafts et al)
  • Responsible for payment of tax, levies and utility bills
  • Accomplishes human resource objectives by recruiting, selecting, orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising, and reviewing job contributions; planning and reviewing compensation actions; enforcing policies and procedures.
  • Achieves operational objectives by contributing information and recommendations to strategic plans and reviews; preparing and completing action plans; implementing production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolving problems; completing audits; identifying trends; determining system improvements; implementing change.
  • Meets financial objectives by forecasting requirements; preparing an annual budget; scheduling expenditures; analyzing variances; initiating corrective actions.
  • Performs any other reasonable duties and tasks as requested by the Foundation.

Head of Communications and IT-:

  • Responsible for handling all communications for the foundation
  • Responsible for writing and editing of reports, proposals, letters and press release et al for the foundations
  • Works with a relevant team to develop / review promotion materials and brochures for the foundation
  • Responsible for training office staff on emailing and communications etiquettes
  • Responsible for managing the company’s official website and all her social media profiles

Grants Officer-:

  • Participates in sharing and planning meetings to discuss and address issues related to Grant program implementation for the foundation
  • Assists in the provision of technical and logistical support in the grants review and selection process to ensure it is in compliance with the various policies, financial guidelines and budget requirements of the Foundation
  • Works closely with outcome area managers, to strategize and set in motion, the grants streams supportive of the Foundation’s four outcome areas
  • Contributes to the development the Grants’ monitoring and evaluation framework and assists in its implementation including baseline data gathering, monitoring and evaluation strategies and systems to effectively project results
  • Conducts occasional field visits in accordance with the monitoring and evaluation plan and in coordination with other Grants program team officers or other Foundation staff
  • Facilitates regular communication with grantees, maintains cooperative partnerships between the Foundation and the grantees and other possible stakeholders
  • Performs any other reasonable duties and tasks as requested by the Foundation.

Programs Officer-:

  • Responsible for developing programs and events that fall in line with the foundation’s goal and objectives
  • Works closely with the teams across Key Areas to contribute to the Foundation’s commitment to build a culture of learning in Participatory Governance through the implementation of a communication for development policy.
  • Supports colleagues in delivering the Foundation’s objectives, including assisting in events and initiatives that fall outside the direct responsibilities of this post.
  • Represents the Foundation at meetings, functions and events, some of which may occur outside normal office hours and may involve long-distance travel.
  • Responsible for all the company’s training activities
  • Facilitates and coordinates strategic sessions.
  • Performs any other reasonable duties and tasks as requested by the Foundation.

Customer Service Office-:

  • Responsible for managing the front desk of the organization
  • Ensures that all contacts with clients (e-mail, walk-In Centre, SMS or phone) provides the client with a personalized customer service experience of the highest level
  • Through interaction with clients on the phone, uses every opportunity to build client’s interest in the foundation’s services
  • Performs any other reasonable duties and tasks as requested by the Foundation

Security Officer-:

  • Ensures that the office of the foundation is safe at all time
  • Reviews security concerns and communicate safety measures to staff and management at regular intervals
  • Responsible for monitoring the foundation’s CCTV
  • Ensures that visitors and the belongings are safe
  • Ensures that cars packed within designated areas are safe
  • Control traffic and organize parking
  • Patrols around the building on a 24 hours basis
  • Submits security reports weekly
  • Performs any other reasonable duties and tasks as requested by the Foundation.


  • Responsible for cleaning the office facility at all times
  • Ensures that toiletries and supplies don’t run out of stock
  • Cleans both the interior and exterior of the building
  • Runs errands for the foundation
  • Performs any other reasonable duties and tasks as requested by the Foundation.

Interns / Volunteers-:

  • Works on short term projects like data capturing, administrative support and program support et al for the foundation
  • Assists various key officer in the foundation to meet up with set targets and goals
  • Runs errands for the foundation
  • Serves as ushers during programs
  • Performs any other reasonable duties and tasks as requested by the Foundation.