Sturgis Youth and Family Council is a community council that
creates and implements programs for the Sturgis area.
 
 
Sturgis Youth and Family since 1991
 
 
We are located in the Sturgis Central Commons
107 W. West Street, Room 205, Sturgis, MI 49091. 

Phone: 269-659-3664      Email: sturgisyouthandfamily@gmail.com
 
2014 Parenting Fair Coordinator: Laura Brott
 
The Sturgis Youth and Family Council began in 1991 as a result of parental concerns about local students and drug use.  Sturgis Youth and Family is a community council that
creates and implements programs to help make Sturgis a safer and
greater place to raise children and nurture families.
 
2014 Parenting Fair IS happening!  
 
Mark your calendars for Saturday February 1st, 2014
 
Keynote Speaker: Wendy Shepherd

 
More details coming soon!
 
 
Our mission
 

Acknowledging that

the strength

of our community

is based on the partnership of

youth,

family

and community,

we shall

identify needs,

create awareness

and assist efforts to promote

healthy lifestyles,

thus making our community

a more caring

place to live.
 
 
Who We Are
 
The Sturgis Youth and Family Council is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making Sturgis a healthy and more caring place in which
to live.

 

A volunteer Board of Directors, consisting of a broad representation of community members, is enthusiastically involved in the everyday activities of our office.  

 
 
Funding
 
Sturgis Youth and Family is funded in a partnership with  Sturgis Public Schools and
    the St. Joseph County United Way.  We also seek and accept donations, grants and contributions.           
  

If you would like to support Sturgis Youth and Family, you can choose to designate us on your United Way pledge form or with a tax-deductible contribution, make check payable to Sturgis Youth and Family and mail to:

 

Sturgis Youth and Family

107 W. West St.

Room # 205

Sturgis, MI 49091


 

There are also a number of ways you can be involved with Sturgis Youth and Family:

 

·         Volunteer for a specific activity.

·         Volunteer to help in the office.

·         Share ideas that address community needs and concerns.

·         Attend the Council meetings, call the office for details.

 
Last Modified on October 23, 2013