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Youth Ambassador Program

Are you ready to be a spokesperson for children?

CWLA is collaborating with the Giving Back Fund on its new program, Be a Hero in the Eyes of a Child. This program will pair philanthropic athletes and entertainers with a select group of leading national children's charities, including CWLA, to help raise awareness of and generate funds for a variety of children's issues.

Celebrities will serve as Youth Ambassadors for the charities, and through this unique and dynamic program will leverage their high-profile status to become a powerful voice for children and youth, celebrating their accomplishments, strengthening families' resources, and promoting a healthy and safe environment for all children. Ambassadors can choose as active a role as they would like, supporting causes about which they feel most passionate.

CWLA's Ambassadors will focus on meeting the needs of children in several key interest areas.


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