Endorsements are vital to our mission, showing support to reduce the rate of childhood obesity among youth and improve the health of our students by introducing the life sport – bicycling.
Launched in August 2005, the Safe Routes to School National Partnership is a fast-growing network of hundreds of organizations, government agencies and professional groups working to set goals, share best practices, leverage infrastructure and program funding and advance policy change to help agencies that implement Safe Routes to School programs.
The Safe Routes to School National Partnership’s mission is to advance safe walking and bicycling to and from schools, and in daily life, to improve the health and well-being of America’s children and to foster the creation of livable, sustainable communities.
LACBC is a member-based non-profit organization. Our work is possible thanks to the support of members and donors. LACBC engages in a wide variety of policy, advocacy, education, and community building work to make the streets of Los Angeles County more bike friendly and safer for all types of cyclists! L
ACBC is a strong supporter of YES, Inc. goals and mission. Become involved as a volunteer or just ride.
Youth Educational Sports, Inc. is now a League of American Bicyclists recognized Silver Bicycle Friendly Business in the education classification.
Youth Educational Sports, Inc. joins a cutting-edge group of more than 1,100 local businesses, government agencies and Fortune 500 companies across the United States that are transforming the American workplace.
“The business community’s investment in bicycling is playing a central role in making the country a safer, happier, and more sustainable place to live and work. We applaud this new round of businesses, including Youth Educational Sports, Inc., for leading the charge in creating a bicycle-friendly America for everyone.” – Amelia Neptune, League Bicycle Friendly Business Program Manager
Learn more about the League’s Bicycle Friendly Business program at bikeleague.org/business.
Spoke persons are important people who can influence others in their field or organization. YES is proud to display their picture and how they became involved with YES. If any of they fantastic individual are in your field of endeavor, please contact them to learn why to become involved with YES.
“I make a great spokesperson. Heck yeah! I started riding my bike because of a firefighter. Each department is different. Some will say no but that’s O.K., because others will say yes. Sometimes it may be the local hospital or police agency who wants to provide bicycle safety education.” Tress and YES first met in 1995 when I was first starting the bicycle education program in Los Angeles Unified School District. She introduce YES to BMX and then left to pursue her other love to become a fire fighter. Now many years later she is a Lieutenant with the Lane Fire Authority and in 2017 she qualify as a rider at the BMX World Cup. Many professionals have the safety of our children in hand when riding a bicycle: teachers, police, firefighters, cycling coaches and more. Bmxngirl@aol.com
Chad Fenwick is the Physical Education, Health and Wellness Facilitator for Local District Northwest of Los Angeles Unified School District. Previously he was the Physical Education Advisor K-12 for Los Angeles Unified School District from 2004-2016. He is a past President for the California Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance non-profit that represents those professions in California. Chad was instrumental in working in collaboration with United Teachers of Los Angeles, community members and LAUSD to shape all policy for the school district toward quality physical education for all students. He has been the recipient of several grants from The California Endowment, Physical Education for Progress, ARRA – RENEW, Community Transformation Grant, DOT bike grant from Cal Trans to implement bike safety in 30 middle schools, as well as the 2017 Specialized Riding for Focus bike grant. Additionally in collaboration with UCLA is presently administering a National Institute of Health grant. He is also an advisor for the joint RAND/UCLA SNaP study as well as the Cindy E. Simon and William Simon Sound Mind Sound Body Foundation. Chad has taught physical education at the elementary, middle, senior high and college level, and created the first in school bike safety program at Patrick Henry Middle School in LAUSD. He has presented at local, state and national conferences as well as in Europe. He co-authored Social Science, Equal Justice, and Public Health Policy: Lessons from Los Angeles. In the Journal of Public Health Policy (2009) 30, S26-S32. Awarded the Guardian of Health Award from the California Center for Public Health Advocates in 2016.
Youth Educational Sports, Inc. (YES) is grateful to the foundations, businesses, organizations, and individuals who contribute financially or through in-kind donations to support our youth, their families and schools. Thanks to their generosity, more than 1,400,000 students will benefit from YES’s education and training programs this year.Find out how your contribution can make a significant and positive life-long impression on a child.
YES is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all contributions to our organization are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.