Young People Who Care, Inc. of Frenchville, PA

"We commend, where they exist, and recommend where they do not, centers of popular culture... places where the poor feel welcome, spaces for people to come and share at all levels, so that if a new society is to be born, it will emerge from the grass roots." - This Land is Home to Me

 
Young People Who Care - located in Frenchville, PAYoung People Who Care
is a grass roots ministry in which volunteers respond to the needs of people in Central Appalachia Pennsylvania. YPWC was founded as a response to the Pastoral Letter, This Land is Home to Me.

 

See what we did during our 2014 Summer Service Program!

Ministries of Young People Who Care, Inc.

Direct Services for the elderly, poor, and disadvantaged, including home repairs, painting, advocacy, transportation to medical appointments, visitations, errands for the homebound, etc.

Marian House has provided temporary shelter and assistance in Clearfield County and the surrounding areas for women and children in crisis since 1982.

Life Line is a pro-life ministry that offers free assistance to pregnant women, parents, and infants in need since 1986.

Bethany Retreat Center was established in 1982 by the Ananwim Religious Community. It is a place apart to rest, renew and be recreated for those seeking a deeper relationship with God.

Volunteer Program is for men and women who want to volunteer their time in-service for the empowerment of the people of rural Appalachia.