Youth Enrichment Services Receives Grant Approval from The Pittsburgh Foundation
Youth Enrichment Services, Inc. was approved by the grants advisory committee of the Youth Services Investment Fund at The Pittsburgh Foundation. The grant approval is to support the "All About Me" Truancy and Early Intervention Project for a cohort of HACP Families, which includes Youth Enrichment Services, Inc.
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