Manistee Youth Center Receives $20,000 Grant


Dominic Garza, COO of House of Flavors, presents a check for $20,000 to the Armory Youth Project.

Courtesy Photo/Armory Youth Project

MANISTEE — The Armory Youth Project recently received a $20,000 Protein Foundation grant on behalf of House of Flavors, Inc., in support of The Armory’s mission to provide a safe environment where youth in grades 6 through 12th grade can be nurtured in their Christian educational, emotional, physical, and spiritual development.

“We are huge fans of The Armory and all that they do in the name of Christ for their community,” said Matthew Owens, CEO of the Protein Foundation, in a press release. “They offer young people in the community the opportunity to share our faith and demonstrate God’s love for them, giving them the opportunity to grow and be transformed by his power.”

Dominic Garza, COO of House of Flavors, presented the check to Amy Wojciechowski, Executive Director of Armory.

“House of Flavors is fortunate to be able to continue to donate to and partner with local organizations within our community and neighboring counties,” Garza said in the press release. “Our mission is to nurture people both physically and spiritually in the name of Christ, and this project is in alignment with that mission. We are proud of the work done by Armory Youth and are impressed with their dedication and commitment to creating these activities for our local youth.

Wojciechowski said she is extremely grateful for the House of Flavor’s continued support of young people in Manistee County.

“We are so grateful for House of Flavors’ support of our goal to create a thriving youth culture in Manistee County, where every person feels valued, finds a pathway to opportunity, and has the tools to achieve a future. more promising,” she said in the Liberation.

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