The Forever Young Foundation believes that the best way to remain vital and youthful and to have a lasting impact for good—to truly remain Forever Young—is to pass hope and resources on to those members of the next generation who need assistance the most.
In addition to furthering its own projects, the Forever Young Foundation provides many with the means to remain Forever Young by supporting and assisting other organizations and individuals to accomplish their charitable purposes.
By partnering with others who have similar passion for helping children, the Forever Young Foundation continues to extend its influence and to have a marked impact for good, touching the lives and hearts of countless children and families. Here, we highlight a few of the many organizations and causes we are proud to assist.
Providing young people an opportunity, through a primitive living experience and a philosophy that invites healing at the hands of nature, to effect a change of heart—a change in one’s whole way of walking in the world. Recognized internationally for our caring and effective approach, we are an intervention resource that helps to restore and strengthen parent-child relationships.
Red Barn Academy
The mission of the Red Barn Academy is to provide awareness and opportunities for those in recovery from chemical dependency. At Red Barn Academy we are all in “Recovery”, working to “Recover” relationships and our sense of purpose as we work together to heal individuals and families. Red Barn Academy is not a typical drug rehab. When they say farm, work, and new life, they mean it.
Taylor Family Foundation
The Taylor Family Foundation, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1991 in order to raise money and support programs for children in Northern California with life-threatening illnesses and disabilities. The Foundation has helped thousands of children living with HIV/AIDS, skin disease and heart disease, Crohn’s, colitis, diabetes, autism, and other terminal illnesses.
Wasatch Adaptive Sports
Wasatch Adaptive Sports allows children with special needs the opportunity to participate in various sporting and recreational activities from with they would otherwise be excluded because of their mental and physical disabilities. Activities include skiing, snowshoeing, and orienteering in the winter months; and hiking, fishing, camping, and field studies during the summer months.