Fundraising Dinner 2019

MAY 7, 2019 6:45 PM at MARTIN’S WEST
with GUEST SPEAKER Jim Caviezel
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MUSICIAN Natalie Grant

This year we are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the founding of Youth for Christ with big memories, bigger dreams. We are thankful for the many young people whose lives have been changed through the ministries of Youth for Christ and we look forward to the countless ways God will use us in the coming years. Our young people need us more now than ever before. One third of adolescents struggle with severe anxiety. The suicide rate among teen girls has doubled to a 40 year high while suicide rates among teen boys are up 30% Violent crimes are becoming all too common in our streets and neighborhoods. If we stand together with the tools and resources that God has given us, we can make a positive impact. That is why I need your help in making this year’s MMYFC Fundraising Dinner a success.

I am excited to announce that our guest speaker is actor Jim Caviezel, whose work on films such as “The Passion of Christ” and “Paul, Apostle of Christ” have brought the gospel to life for thousands of viewers. Joining us also is seven time Grammy nominated singer and five time Gospel Music Association’s Female Vocalist of the Year, Natalie Grant. This night promises to be one you won’t want to miss!

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To reach young people everywhere, working together with the local church and other like-minded partners to raise up lifelong followers of Jesus who lead by their godliness in lifestyle, devotion to the Word of God and prayer, passion for sharing the love of Christ and commitment to social involvement..


  • Open additional City Life clubs in Baltimore
  • Host five public school workshops through YFC’s Pointbreak program
  • Open Parent Life programs in Anne Arundel and Harford County
  • Launch two JJM (Juvenile Justice) programs reaching young people in local prisons and detention centers
  • Train 100 additional volunteers to impact hard to reach youth
  • Reach 10,000 more teenagers this year through clubs and events