Ferguson said the organization was awarded its 501-c3 nonprofit status, opening the door to donations and the ability to apply for grants.
“We’ve been looking for almost a year and a half and we’re destined to do this,” he said. “We want to let people know we’ve found a location and we’re focused on it. Let’s give these kids something to do.’’
We hope the community heeds the call and steps up to help.
The future of several young people depends on it.