Mia’s Story

As a sophomore at East Mecklenburg High School, Mia Perry was determined to overcome any obstacles before her. Just like most high school students, she was searching. Searching for meaning, direction, and connection…..enter Right Moves For Youth. With RMFY, the life of teenage angst was redirected toward a peer group to belong to and adults who truly cared about her.  …

“Don’t be afraid to take the risk, you’ll never grow until you do”.

In another installment of #WhereAreTheyNow, a series where we highlight our RMFY alumni, we introduce you to Richard Isom. Q & A with Richard Isom. RMFY Alumnus from Myers Park High School Q: What’s your name? A: Richard Isom, Jr. Q: Where did you participate in RMFY? A: I attended RMFY for the first time in Middle school at Smith …

Birdies for Charlotte Charities is coming in 2 months! PLEDGE TODAY!

FORE!!! COOL WAY TO GIVE TO RMFY ALERT!!!!  As you know, our pledge is very important to us and our students here at Right Moves For Youth. The pledge goes: “At all times, I will do my best to: Tell the truth Obey the rules Respect myself and others Be drug-free And help others make the RIGHT MOVES for a …

The Twilight 5K Run/Walk + exciting virtual fitness classes? Sign up today!

In honor of our 25th Anniversary of the Twilight 5K, we are partnering with fitness experts and providing add-on virtual fitness classes for our runners. Although, the run/walk can be done any day or time between May 7-14, on Friday, May 7, we kick off by helping you to make the RIGHT MOVES! For an add’l $10, you will have …

The S.U.C.C.E.E.D. Initiative – a program initiative to help high school Seniors develop their roadmap to success.

“The Roadmap to Readiness” In North Carolina, students are considered career and college ready “when they have the knowledge and academic preparation needed to enroll and succeed, without the need for remediation, in introductory college credit-bearing courses in English, language arts, and mathematics within an associate or baccalaureate degree program. These same attributes and levels of achievement are needed for …

Supporting Our Youth

RMFY receives grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities of NC! We are excited to announce that we’ve been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Ronald McDonald House Charities of North Carolina! This grant supports our mission, and helps us continue to support more than 1,600 teens in our youth development program. To learn more about the RMHC of NC grants, …