Join DBAY and help turn dreams into reality
Confidence BuildingDream Builders' mission is to change the non-productive behavioral patterns of our youth by helping them to develop their own definition of success, and the critical thinking skills needed to achieve it.
CharacterDBAY's signature Dream, Plan and Achieve Program consists of 12 interactive workshops which can be used collectively or individually by organizations who are serving youth and young adults.
Community BuildingDBAY has set up community building initiatives to help ensure our youth develop their own definition of success; including the Frederick Douglass Mobile Reading Room and the Dream Builders Student Ambassador Board program.
Dream Builders of America’s Youth, Inc. is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization created by a diverse group of professionals in 2002 to give young people the tools to turn dreams into reality. We are dedicated to motivating youth to Dream, Plan and Achieve! We offer workshops for organizations who are serving youth. Dream Builders offers opportunities for youth to build their confidence, build their character, and to build their communities.
Our mission is to change the non-productive behavioral patterns of our youth by helping them develop a vision for success. If you are an adult that truly believes in living a life filled with passion and purpose, or if you are a young person who wants to lead a life filled with passion and purpose, then Dream Builders could be your partner in that journey. If you are an organization that is working with youth, and need a quality program that will help you to fulfill the purpose of your grant, funding, or mission, then contact us.
DREAM BUILDERS OF AMERICA’S YOUTH INC. AND THE AUGUSTA CONFERENCE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN ATTORNEYS (ACAAA) 2017 JUDGE JOHN “JACK” RUFFIN, Jr. TRAILBLAZER SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY CONTEST In honor of Judge John “Jack” Ruffin Jr., Dream Builders and the ACAAA are sponsoring their seventh annual Judge John H. Ruffin Trailblazer Scholarship Essay Contest. The…
These are the winners of the 2016 Judge Ruffin, Jr. Trailblazer Scholarship Essay content: Donzell Tull Abigail Gordon Derek Moore Amanda Escobar