Youth will learn about all

kinds of animals on

through our comprehensive programs.


The video shows the Guinea babies, which are called keets, when they

were only 6 days old.  The photo on the far right reveals 

the Guinea as adults,

showing a vast difference.


Connecting young people to nature, animals and the environment, our Youth Development Program is located on approximately 30 acres in the beautiful Natural State of Arkansas.  As a Philanthropy Alliance Foundation program, we're focused on educating, enlightening and empowering youth through a plethora of programs.


Starting with our national

collaboration with our sister

city organization,

Wild Farmers, in Northern

California, we're excited

to expose youth to new

opportunities and adventures.


​From Arkansas to Argentina,

Paris to Pennsylvania and

Cambodia to California, our forthcoming youth development projects will be offering virtual learning experiences, hands-on workshops and international alliances through some of the following activities: 


  • The Arts (Visual, Dance and Music)
  • Camping and Camp Fires
  • ​Educational Hikes
  • Animal Husbandry
  • Fitness
  • ​Photography
  • Youth Veterinarian Program
  • Woodworking
  • Forestry, Horticulture and Gardening
  • Environmental Awareness
  • STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Math) and more


In addition, our youth empowerment program will build confidence, self-esteem, and leadership skills, while combatting bullying.

See the show with the young 10-year-old Speaker and Author, Neva Reccla, <HERE>. 

Youth & Community Development Programs

While exploring & preserving the natural habitat . . .

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In the video, the baby chicks and ducklings

are 5 days old. 


The photo on the left

reveals their growth transformation of the chickens and ducks

as adults.  

​​Philanthropy Alliance Foundation

Through established global relationships, we're empowering individuals, sustaining communities, and strengthening international municipalities through grassroots alliances.