Volunteers for Youth connects Orange County youth to the community by:
Cultivating their strengths
Encouraging positive relationships
Developing their ability to make responsible choices
Who We Are
Volunteers for Youth has been a part of the Orange County community since 1981. From the beginning, volunteers have played a critical role in all aspects of our organization’s functioning. Primary funding for Volunteers for Youth comes from the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, the towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro, Orange County, United Way of the Greater Triangle, private donations, foundations, and the revenue raised through our annual golf tournament.
Board of Directors
From I-40 (West or East): Take exit 266, South onto Martin Luther King Blvd. Continue on Martin Luther King Blvd towards downtown Chapel Hill. Take a right onto Rosemary Street. Continue on Rosemary Street towards Carrboro, through three lights. Take a right onto Lloyd Street, just before the railroad tracks. Lloyd Street Office Building is the fourth building on the left. Our office is located on the first floor, second door on the parking lot side of the building. Click here to map it.
Help Volunteers for Youth build connections to help local youth achieve their potential!