Palos Heights, IL, March 27, 2017–ForeverU, a non-profit organization aimed at reducing bullying, division, and student suffering, recently re-branded and expanded the scope of their mission. The 2017 shift re-focused the organizational mission in an effort to impact more students. ForeverU exists as a youth empowerment organization, seeking to empower youth to live louder. Students from middle school to college have the opportunity to become ambassadors for the organization, creating positive social change in their local school environments. Additional impact programs include school chapters and empowerment days in schools. The re-branding will expand of the focus of the organization from bullying to include any student who is struggling. Ryan Hesslau, founder and director of ForeverU, is looking forward to the increased impact opportunities brought about by the re-branding.
"The re-branding will enable us to expand our outreach and further our impact as we actively empower youth to live louder. We see this as a new chapter to our story.” -Ryan Hesslau
From July 17-20, ForeverU will be hosting its first annual summer empowerment camp at Trinity Christian College. Camp Reset will offer students four days of activities designed to equip and empower them to bring about change in their schools.
About foreverU: foreverU is a pro-love movement that empowers youth to live louder. The organization, based in Illinois, was started in 2012 by current college-student Ryan Hesslau. For more information, visit foreverumovement.com.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Ryan Hesslau at 877-456-0692 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written By: Becca Loenen | Writing Intern