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Campaign for Youth Justice

The Mission

The Campaign for Youth Justice is dedicated to ending the practice of trying, sentencing and incarcerating youth under the age of 18 in the adult criminal justice system.

  • Has contributed to driving law changes in more than 20 states to ensure at-risk youths are tried as juveniles.
  • Helped pass more than 35 pieces of legislation to remove kids from prosecution in adult courts.
Quick Facts
When you vote for the Campaign for Youth Justice you’re helping to keep juveniles out of adult courts, and jails.
– The CharitySub Team

The Campaign for Youth Justice, works as a clearinghouse of information to advocate against and raise awareness of youths being prosecuted in the adult criminal justice system. They work on the federal and state levels to change laws for the benefit of at-risk youth. The outcome can often end in the children getting the

rehabilitation services they need within the juvenile court system. By keeping at-risk youths out of the adult system they not only save them from felony charges that could follow them around for a lifetime, but also increase their odds of becoming productive, successful adults. A vote from you can help them continue their advocacy work.

Campaign for Youth Justice

1220 L Street, NW, Suite 605
Washington, DC 20005

Let’s help protect childhood together.

Campaign for Youth Justice

Juvenile Sentencing & Rehab
Campaign for Youth Justice

Every year a quarter of a million children in the U.S. are tried in the adult criminal justice system. The Campaign for Youth Justice works to have these children tried in the juvenile system where they’ll have access to much needed rehabilitation services.

Citizen Schools

Apprenticeship Schooling
Citizen Schools

Citizen Schools provide expanded learning experiences for middle schoolers. Their day is longer and their education flows outside of the classroom. Through apprenticeships taught by everyday citizens, students learn how their textbook learning can be applied in real world careers.


Helping underserved youth

Spark’s one-on-one workplace apprenticeships empower 7th and 8th graders to succeed in their education and beyond. Students are matched with mentor working in careers that align to their interests. This program serves to increase their confidence and gain key skills.