Prospective Partner Info | Partner Selection Criteria |
Other OYFP Partners
Association to Benefit Children (New York City)
Bay Area Community Resources (San Francisco)
Bay Area Women and Children's Center (San Francisco)
Beautiful Minds Project (Los Angeles)
Christopher's Haven (Boston)
Day School Summerbridge (San Francisco)
Everybody Wins! (New York City)
Friday Night Supper Program (Boston)
Italian Home for Children (Boston)
Nazareth Housing (New York City)
Real Options for City Kids (ROCK) (San Francisco)
Save the Bay (San Francisco)
Step Up On Second (Los Angeles)
Streetwise Partners (New York City)
The Doe Fund (New York City)
Prospective Partner Info
Nonprofit organizations interested in working with OYFP: Philadelphia should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partner Selection Criteria
On Your Feet Project works with nonprofit organizations that are dedicated to providing sustainable solutions to the issues they are addressing. We believe that, by increasing awareness and understanding of high-quality, local nonprofit organizations, and by promoting active community involvement among young people, we can facilitate the development of a generation focused on the betterment of our society.
OYFP selects its Partners on the basis of several criteria, which include, but are not limited to:
1. Opportunities for involvement. Partners should support opportunities for involvement for members of the community, particularly among young people, primarily in the form of volunteer programs and events. Partners should be amenable to one-day and ongoing volunteer events organized by OYFP in conjunction with the Partners.
2. Need. Partners should demonstrate a need for assistance in areas of educating the community about its activities, recruiting volunteers, reaching out to younger demographics, and fundraising. OYFP will take into consideration OYFP’s ability to respond to those needs as effectively as possible within the parameters defined by OYFP’s resources and capabilities.
3. Sustainability of Partner programs. OYFP defines the sustainability of a given Partner program as the program’s ability to provide or engender long-term solutions to the specific problems that are being addressed.
We are currently in the process of uploading the Prospective Partners Application to the website. In the meantime, a copy of the application can be acquired via email. The partner's email may be used on the application.