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| PO BOX 3581 Espanola NM 87533-3581
El Rio Innovative Youth Center and Boxing Club Npo is headquartered in Espanola, NM, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. EIN: 83-4498738. Donations are tax-deductible. The IRS' NTEE classification is Recreation, Sports, Leisure, Athletics N.E.C. within the Recreation, Sports, Leisure, Athletics category. The IRS ruling year for tax exemption was 2019.
(Source: IRS Business Master File and Form 990)
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The Youth Center will use Food, Dance and Culture to teach the local youth, their parents and grandparents the importance of cultural and traditional networking with each other. The goal will be to train, teach, mentor, and coach the youth by utilizing the main source of their societal issues as their primary trainers. The goals and expectations are to transform the parents and the grandparents to become more responsible members of their own families and their society. Thus the youth and their parents and grandparents will network with each other with the goal of transformation, "one person at a time." This is a job that will require grassroots engagement with a community of people that are considered "unwanted and the undesirable." However, by enrolling the people that are considered to be the motivating factors behind the elements that have permeated and overwhelmed the community with severe mental issues, those same people can transform this community to a lawful and respectable community. It will not fix our societies problems, but it will have a significant impact on some people. The best method to do this is to work with the community, engage the people, and enroll the people to make the change happen, "one person at a time." Imagine, the domino effect on a long term basis, "one person at a time;" one people, one community.
This is a job that will require grassroots engagement with a community of people that are considered "unwanted and the undesirable." However, by enrolling the people that are considered to be the motivating factors behind the elements that have permeated and overwhelmed the community with severe mental issues, those same people can transform this community to a lawful and respectable community. It will not fix our societies problems, but it will have a significant impact on some people. The best method to do this is to work with the community, engage the people, and enroll the people to make the change happen, "one person at a time." Imagine, the domino effect on a long term basis, "one person at a time;" one people, one community. The strategies heavily include edification and education using the resources of the ministerial recruitment concepts: 1. Send them out; 2. Bring them in; 3. Build them up; 4. Engage; 5. Enroll; 6. Educate. Build the leadership from within and utilize them to recycle the ministerial concepts of building a whole new community. Every student and teacher will be utilized to bring more people in. Thus the old Chinese proverb, "When the Student is Ready, the Teacher will Come."
The goals will not be enumerated, however, enrollments and memberships will be the driving force. The more members we have participating in the youth center, the stronger the leadership will become because each member will be trained to become a leader of their community. it is of critical importance the organization follows a written curriculum, with teachers committed to the organization's expectations and goals which is to train, teach, mentor, and coach; build leaders; use food, culture, and dance as a conversational tool to connect and network with each other, thus transforming the parents and the grandparents as responsible and respectable members of the community, meanwhile impacting the youth decision making process to do the morally correct thing, stop using drugs and alcohol, build on their education and learn to become health families. The ability to recruit new members as teachers will be of relevance to teach and coach the youth, network with them, and teach them cultural values which is the hope to transpire and transform all the participating generations.
The organization will know by the follow up, monitoring, evaluation of skills, participation in events, and memberships of number of teachers and students involved in the activities of the youth center. The center will have on the first floor of the building "The River of Knowledge Progressive Youth Center & Tutoring and Counseling Office." The office will have a business manager, with volunteer counselors and volunteers to work, counsel, advise, and evaluate progression of individuals actively participating with the organization. The youth center will maintain a database of each individuals progression level. The individuals progressing satisfactorily will be utilized as the servant leaders for the organization to assist in the development and the positive progression of future servant leaders. As the organizations servant leadership grows, the youth center will see this as positive progression and will continually evaluate, monitor, and train the progressive level of every individual servant leader in order to continue with positive impact to the community and our society.
We have signed a ten year lease and have acquired a two story building to renovate it and make it the "El Rio Innovative Youth Center and Boxing Club NPO." Further, the youth center has been granted a separate building, (next to the two story building), for the next two years to launch off the business venture, and to start generating revenues. All while we build renovate the two story building. The next step is to find the funds necessary to build the center in the two story building. The El Rio Innovative Youth Center and Boxing Club NPO is seeking funding in the amount of $3,000,000.00 to renovate and build the youth center. Thus we are talking to several agencies, organizations, and conducting our own fundraising activities to make this happen. We have recruited College Professors to assist the youth center with the formation and write a professional curriculum for each class to be utilized as guides for our teachers, mentors and coaches. We have a Board of Directors overlooking the organizations's progress. We have recruited people that are willing to become staff as the organization is launched off.
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