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The Voices Of Young People At Daybreak

The season premiere of Dayton Youth Radio on WYSO aired last week and featured stories from our Daybreak youth and staff. Over the summer, Basim Blunt was on our campus working with Daybreak youth who wanted to tell their stories.  We couldn’t be more proud of them for their courage.  Thank you, Basim and WYSO! You can listen here: https://www.wyso.org/news/2020-10-14/gravity-the-voices-of-young-people-at-daybreak-dayton?fbclid=IwAR0u7zERju63QUlSF3EO47YXXHJ7GtpMozcC6oRHJ4IKD3a1PB9B_NVHSog

October 15th, 2020|News|
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From watching on the sidelines to leading the group

How one Daybreak youth found his self-confidence In September 2019 we sat down to chat with 23-year-old Travis. As you read, keep in mind that donors, through their gifts, play an important roll in Travis' life. Daybreak: How did you hear about Daybreak? Travis: I was 14 years old and in foster care. Greene County Children Services took foster kids on a tour of Daybreak. I found myself needing [...]

December 18th, 2019|Newsletters|

Walter, Dana, Nick: three reasons to watch Daybreak’s heartwarming video

See for yourself the impact your generosity has on our youth We know your time is precious. Even so, we we hope you're able to spare eight minutes to watch our video. When you watch, you'll get a glimpse of how your generosity helps our kids. You'll know without a doubt that your donations are put to good work. Walter says his whole life was changed. "I never knew [...]

December 1st, 2016|Newsletters|
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Daybreak is My Friend

It all started when I got kicked out of my first apartment now I homeless and I have to sit down and think about it, falling down a hill that already started. Now I’m scared because I have nothing to eat, my body weight is starting to decrease and that don’t even fit me. Now I walkin’ around lookin’ at the shoes on my feet… I still got one [...]

August 4th, 2019|Youth Poems|

Thank You Daybreak

I just want to say thank you for all the things you helped me through Through all the stress, depression and all of the other stuff I’ve been through To say ‘Lonnie keep your head up’ and holding it for me And not letting go and pushing me ‘cause y’all was there for me Let me sit and think for a minute Daybreak was there for me when I [...]

August 4th, 2019|Youth Poems|
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