Individuals and Associations Working Together for Successful Youth Living

Dear Youth/Organizational Leader

We are contacting you today to introduce you to our organization, Successful Youth Living. We believe that we have a similar mission: to promote positive and successful living to our constituents. We may also have a similar need. Most organizations want to have more members and to spread information about their work, with the aim of attracting more supporters. Our organization, Successful Youth Living, would like to have more supporters and contributors to our blog, as well as more young people reading our motivational materials: Successful Youth Living series.

What Organizations Want?

Naylor’s Association Communications Benchmarking Survey did research, which showed that young people join associations and organizations that promote networking opportunities, introduce them to new skills, provide educational and professional resources, assist them in finding jobs, and allow for community outreach (Underwood, July 7, 2016). Associations attract new members by being mission-focused, providing membership that is flexible and affordable, allowing for interaction with other young people in a natural way online, and providing interactive and fun events (Underwood, July 7, 2016).

What Young People Want?

Young people want associations and organizations to see them as unique individuals and that would avoid stereotyping: “Simply get to know us and value us as part of your association, and a mutually beneficial relationship is sure to develop” (Underwood, July 7, 2016). The more young people an association could attract, the more young people would be attracted to the association, as young people attract other young people.

What the Research Shows

In the Naylor research, 56 per cent of associations reveal that they have trouble attracting young people as members and 55 percent of these associations have trouble reaching out and communicating with different groups of young people. But Operation Warm (May 28, 2018) points out that there are many benefits that would accrue to young people who join community service organizations. Young people are able to build networks, gain valuable skills, get the opportunity to use their skills and talents to do good, gain new educational opportunities, gain more cultural awareness and knowledge about social justice, make new friends, and enjoy great perks such as ‘free travel assistance’ (Operation Warm, May 28, 2018).

Successful Youth Living

Successful Youth Living supports individuals who aspire to positive living through its series of books. These books deal with various issues pertinent to youth. Some of these issues include developing leadership, welcoming responsibilities, developing emotional intelligence, promoting education and improving communication. Our latest work, Respect is Only Human: A Response to Disrespect and Implicit Bias, stresses respectful living, with emphasis on respect for all types of difference and elimination of implicit bias. Successful Youth Living envisages a world in which all people, regardless of religion, language, country of origin, ethnicity and race, or other difference, fully and genuinely respect each other.

What We Want

Successful Youth Living wants the support of individuals and orgnaizaitons that have a similar goal of wanting to promote good and positive living and outcomes for all people, especially youth. Successful Youth Living believes that accepting difference is one of the most important ways of promoting peace and harmony in our larger world society and of making a strong and solid future for today’s young people. Successful Youth Living also wants individuals and organizations from different countries, different religions, different ethnicities and races, and groups from marginalized communities, wherever you may be, to become part of our online community.


Successful Youth Living can mention your organization in our blog posts or give publicity to your posts on our blog.
From time to time, we will profile organizations that promote successful living for youth.
You can blog on our site, and get publicity by mentioning the name and nature of your organization in our blog.
Post on Our Blog
Let us know about your successes so we can share them with other young people in our blog.
Share your Success
Other young people visiting our site would learn about your organization and can choose to become a part of it.
Promote Your Site
You can introduce your members to our books by placing our site or mentioning our books on your website or in your newsletter or however you connect with your membership.
You can use the articles in our books as a source of discussion in your group.
Group Discussion
Since your organization is in the business of promoting good youth citizenship, we consider you experts in the field of successful youth living. We therefore appeal to you to do an honest review of our series of books on Amazon or other channels, thereby promoting our work for others to see.
Review Book
If you are a member of a youth organization or non-profit organization involved with youth, tell your other members about us. You are all invited to visit our website at and/or contribute to our blog at If you have ideas on how we could work together,

If you are a young person with no affiliation and would like to become part of a youth organization, visit our blog and maybe, in time, you would eventually find an organization that fits your needs. Let us hear from you.