While the youth working at Susan’s House are too young to vote in the national elections, they vote everyday.
They vote to come to work every day, instead of becoming another one of the street kids.
They vote to make a difference in their family and help pay for rent and food instead of wasting their money on drugs and alcohol.
They vote to become part of a team and learn to work with others.
They vote to let their confidence grow and learn to believe in themselves.
They vote to continue trying and don’t walk away the first time they are met with disappointment.
They vote to try, even when the odds are against them.
They vote to trust in others and let people in to help.
They vote to believe they can create a better future for themselves.
Vote with our at-risk youth and book a visit to Susan’s House to see first hand what a difference is being made in these teens lives.