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Growing Together Gala

2019 Growing Together Gala, Friday, May 10th 

Youth Service Bureau invites you to join us for an evening of entertainment, fun, community, and just a splash of learning. REGISTER NOW! for the 2019 Growing Together Gala on Friday, May 10th at The Royal Club in Lake Elmo, Minnesota.

Live music, and lively guests, along with a charitable auction you won’t want to miss!

This year’s theme is Youth and Family Education, one of four major programs delivered by Youth Service Bureau, Inc. Our dedicated professional staff partner with schools, civic groups, religious organizations, professional associations, and others throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area to bring practical advice and effective strategies to engage and empower youth, and those who care for them. Presentation topics include mental health, vaping, social media, anxiety, the effects of screen time, and other community trends.

Don’t miss out on the fun! Register today by visiting our website at www.ysb.net and click on the Gala Registration button on the main page. Or you can register over the phone by calling us at 651-439-8800.

Did You Know?

Youth Service Bureau has been in continuous operation serving kids and families for over 42 years! That’s almost 300 dog years. Something to think about.

In addition to Youth and Family Education, Youth Service Bureau provides youth-focused family mental health counseling, school-based chemical health services in three public school districts, and youth diversion programs in partnership with law enforcement officers all across Washington County.

We have offices in Stillwater, Woodbury, and Cottage Grove and serve students, faculty, and staff in ISD 622 (North Saint Paul – Maplewood – Oakdale), ISD 833 (South Washington County) and ISD 834 (Stillwater)

Did Your Taxes Turn Out Well for You? We Can Help (Next Year).

It’s April again, and that means tax time for many of us. With all of the changes in the tax laws for 2018, we know that some people got some surprises this year. Youth Service Bureau might be able to help you as you plan for 2019.

Remember, charitable contributions made to Youth Service Bureau, Inc. are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. We are grateful for all of the ways in which so many people support our work. One important way to contribute is by donating appreciated assets (think of stocks). By donating them to us, you can avoid the taxes on the capital gains while you are helping kids and families. Ask your financial advisor or tax professional about this kind of gift and how it might help you and Youth Service Bureau.

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