We believe in awakening youth to their potential.
And the capacity they have to change the world.
One community at a time. One (unplugged) connection at a time.
Our programs guide youth to find balance as they: Embrace deep connection. Trust their instincts. Act with intention.
Valo stands in solidarity with all Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). We support Black Lives Matter and denounce racism and white supremacy in all forms. Explicit and implicit discrimination has no place in our community or any other.
Read our statement here.
At valo we are committed to meeting teens where they are and guiding them as they seek to create authentic relationships in our increasingly digital world.
Once these youth experience the power of being in community, and their vast capacity for connection, we challenge them to go out and make the world a better place.
Our circle is open to every race, gender, sexuality, ability, religion, and background.
We take teens from all walks of life on retreats. In this space, they are eager to open up and uncover what matters most. For them, it’s pretty simple—sustained, unplugged, face-to-face connection. A sense of belonging.
Embers is our podcast. A hub of inspiration for both teens and adults. Embers is a place where our teens share their stories as they navigate the waters between childhood and adulthood. We realize they've got a lot to teach us—what they hope for sounds good to us, too.
Join us as our teens explore timely and compelling topics—fanning the embers burning in each of us.
Tune in here.
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