Project Success is one of the oldest community-based after-school programs in Ogden with over 25 years of service. Project Success continues to build partnerships with other agencies, business and organizations to keep us on the “cutting edge” of best practices. Harambee Youth Council, is our youth led, tobacco prevention program. The HYC is committed to
Harambee Tobacco Prevention
Tobacco related illnesses the number one cause of death in our community” For decades health professionals and consumer advocates have been sounding the alarm about the harmful, adverse effects of smoking on the human body. Advocacy efforts have made in-roads over the years by bringing attention to the chemicals that go into the cigarette manufacturing
Project Success Coalition, has proudly serve Utah since 1989, providing after-school and summer academic programs, cultural arts and awareness, health prevention education and advocacy and community and economic development. Growing out of a grassroots community coalition, we pride ourselves on being one of the voices for our community in articulating, advocating and addressing the needs of the African American. Finding workable solutions and promoting community empowerment is at the heart of work.
Keeping Hope Alive is our motto and we continue our strong commitment toward inspiring and supporting the dreams of youth and families in the greater Ogden Area.
25th Anniversary Juneteenth Freedom Festival at Weber State University
Weber State University is proud to partner with Project Success Coalition
in sponsoring the 25th Annual Statewide Juneteenth Heritage Festival
on June 13-15, 2014 on the beautiful WSU Ogden Campus
Juneteenth National Freedom Day click on the link
below for more information.
25th Juneteenth Utah Festival Forms
The Historic 25th Anniversary, Juneteenth Festival “Harambee..Celebrating Unity & Community”, will be held on June 14-15, 2014, at Weber State University. Please join us for our planning meetings each 2nd and 4th Saturday at 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., Marshall White Community Center, 222 – 28th Street in Ogden.
We extend a special thanks to all of our Junteenth Sponsors, vendors and participants.