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Mission Statement

The mission of International Youth Fellowship is to develop leaders of the next generation who possess humility and strong leadership. Through proprietary programs, events, and practical opportunities, IYF strives to: - Advance Christian mission work in developed and developing countries - Administer alternative methods of post-secondary education - Create international awareness and cultural exchange - Promote the value of meaningful performing arts - Facilitate short-term and long-term volunteerism domestically and overseas - Develop leadership skills that are applied on a global level.

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International Youth Fellowship (IYF) is a Christian-based global youth initiative dedicated to the spiritual, intellectual, and emotional growth of young people around the world.
Throughout the year we have various events geared at serving others and bring hope through volunteerism. Starting from January we have English Camp Mission Trip to Mexico, then IYF first nation camp in Canada, in the summer we have Camps in various non English speaking countries where we teach English and so much more and in the winter we have the Gracias Choir Christmas cantata 30 city tour.

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by Alyssa D. (2014-05-26 13:03:33.0)
IYF is a good organization for youth who want to help other people. The Christmas Cantanta gave a lot of people joy, because the Choir is so wonderful and the acting is really good. You can see how hard they work. They not only do christmas cantata but have a camp in Haiti to teach English to Haitian people and help them and give them a happy mind through mission trip. I think many people should try to go on a mission trip, if it is not haiti maybe Mexico.