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  • Kevin Durant Foundation


    Imagine a local youth becoming the pro basketball scoring champ and Most Valuable Player. And then imagine that person using his fame and wealth to support homeless and disconnected youth here. No need to imagine – it’s the truth.

  • Summer musicology program


    This year’s annual summer day camp features a Musicology Program at the Sasha Bruce House. Popular interests among the young people we serve include music, rapping, and poetry. The program helps youth draw connections between storytelling and music as…

  • Youth-Led award for Ban the Box campaign


    This evening, SBY’s Youth-Led Program will be honored by the DC Jobs with Justice Coalition at the 12th annual “I’ll Be There” awards for their ongoing advocacy work to improve the lives of young people in the District of…

  • New report:  DC homelessness up 13% in one year


    Carol Morello’s article in today’s Washington Post “Number of homeless in D.C. region rises as rents increase,” is a must-read.

  • Tyree brings down the house


    Tyree lives at our Independent Living Program, and was the keynote speaker at our recent fundraising concert at the Carnegie Institute.

  • Rockjazz with ELEW - May 8


    Back by popular demand for his 4th Benefit Performance for SBY: ELEW. Purchase your tickets now….or pay at the door, which open at 6:30: Carnegie Institute 1530 P Street NW. Driving?: Colonial Parking Garage at 1616 P Street.…

  • Legislation to eradicate youth homelessness


    Councilmembers Jim Graham, Mary Cheh and Kenyan McDuffie presented today legislation to end youth homelessness in the District. The ground-breaking bill responds to the calls of youth advocates and nonprofit service providers for effective legislation.

  • Shore to enter DC Hall of Fame


    SBY is excited to announce that Deborah Shore, Executive Director and Founder, will be one of eleven inductees to the Washington DC Hall of Fame.

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