Wedgwood also offers additional Transforming Prevention Services that are funded 100% through donor contributions to the Children's Hope Annual fund and receive no public funding. These programs include:
The Manasseh Project
An outreach ministry of Wedgwood, The Manasseh Project is a program dedicated to ending the sexual exploitation of young men and women in West Michigan. Through community education and collaboration, The Manasseh Project provides support for victims of human trafficking and empowers the people of West Michigan to end modern day slavery.
To learn more about the Manasseh Project, and how you can be involved, visit the program website at www.manassehproject.org.
Pure Passion for Fashion
Pure Passion for Fashion (P2) is a nationally recognized peer-to-peer educational program. P2 utlizes fashion, drama, music, video and inspirational speakers in a high impact, multimedia event that teaches youth the importance of positive decision making, healthy relationships and a positive self-image. P2 is held at a different local high school each year.
To learn more about Pure Passion for Fashion, and how you can be involved or attend the next P2 show, visit www.purepassionforfashion.org.
Teens On Track
Wedgwood's Teens of Track program is a donor supported prevention program designed to address the potential pitfalls facing urban youth today. This unique group mentoring program involves an intentional partnership with local churches and community centers in an effort to empower youth and families with the skills necessary to make good decisions for their lives.
Overall, the goal is that participants will gain a solid foundation of knowledge, principles, characteristics and qualities that will enable them to live responsibe, responsible and respectful lives.
To learn about how you can help Wedgwood continue to provide these programs, click HERE.