Leader Voices: “An abundant amount of opportunities”

It’s best when our kids can tell you directly what they’re getting out of Parks in Focus, through their photos and other art they’ve created or through video interviews. But an important dimension is added when we hear also from the young leaders who are committed to taking these kids out. At the most basic, human level, Parks in Focus provides caring adult mentors to kids who don’t otherwise have that in their lives.

Hear from Jazmine, Youth Development Specialist from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson, talk about what it means to her to get her kids involved in Parks in Focus.

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