WYF aspires to improve the quality of life for all individuals through academic, leadership, literacy, technical, awareness, spiritual leadership, and preventive programs.
Welcome to the Wesley Youth Foundation
WELCOME TO OUR FOUNDATION .... WYF was designed to meet the needs of youth and is dedicated to the enhancement of mental, physical, and social development of the youth. We are designed to serve as a community resource for citizens of Holmes County. Our goal is to make a major contribution to the growth and support of the community. In order to make this non-profit organization a success we solicit your help and donations.
The Wesley Youth Foundation, Inc. offers a food pantry in connection with the Mississippi Food Network to help with the relief of poverty-related hunger in the Holmes County area and provide nutrition education. Food boxes are given out by appointments.
Every Wednesday 12:00 PM – 1:00PM “Developing Spiritual Awareness In The Word Of God Can Lead To Prosperity” “Come join us as we learn the Steps to Prosperity in every area of life” “I came to give you life and
Organized sports and recreational activities will be available for youth. Other activities will involve the community to bring unity among our people. Drill-Team Soft Ball Coaches Pitch Cheerleader Program Flag Football For more information about this program please contact Dr.
This service will help parents as well as the graduating student to fill out necessary forms for college finances, information on grants and student loans. For more information about this program please contact Dr. Blanche Wesley at phone: +1-662-235-5589 or
This service provides citizens with information and assistant for the competitive job market. Programs in career development are established to teach basic fundamentals for employment preparation, such as: application preparation, resume writing, proper dress code and interview skills. For more
Awareness programs offers the community information on issues such as: financial awareness, abstinence –teen-pregnancy, sexually transmitted disease, alcohol and drug abuse, domestic violence and other issues relating to crime. For more information about this program please contact Dr. Blanche Wesley