Keepers Club International Joins Youth Organization Registration Program
Keepers Club International (KCI) has achieved a remarkable milestone by securing membership in the Youth Organization Registration Program (YORP) under the supervision of the National Youth Commission. This significant achievement exemplifies KCI’s commitment to empowering the youth and contributing to the betterment of the communities. Being acknowledged as part of the YORP Family is a momentous occasion for KCI.
This recognition brings forth a plethora of benefits that will undoubtedly propel the organization towards its mission of youth development and community advancement. This involvement enables KCI to voice the concerns and aspirations of the youth, ensuring that their perspectives are considered in decision-making processes that affect the lives of the young people.
This access to resources amplifies the organization’s capacity to initiate impactful projects and initiatives that address various challenges faced by young individuals. It doesn’t only foster the growth of KCI but also paves the way for sustainable positive change in the communities they serve.
A notable highlight on this journey was the meeting between KCI Heads and the CEO and Chairman of the National Youth Commission, Undersecretary Ronald Gian Carlo Cardema. The encounter served as a platform for fruitful discussions and collaboration. NYC’s unwavering support for KCI’s endeavors was evident during the meeting, where they acknowledged KCI as a vital partner for change.
This recognition validates KCI’s dedication to promoting peace and security among the youth in the country. The significance of this meeting reverberates as KCI, SMNI and the National Youth Commission come together to champion change, particularly in light of the upcoming barangay elections in 2023.
This united front exemplifies the collective commitment to shaping a brighter future for the youth and the nation as a whole. As KCI and NYC collaborate to navigate the challenges ahead, they stand poised to be the vanguards of change in the forthcoming barangay elections and beyond.