X

Role Models Make a Difference for Teens in Need

This week Grotto catches up with Natasha Martin in Jacksonville, FL. She works at ChoZen Society — an organization that teaches life skills to young people in need so that they can grow.

“I’ve always been drawn to helping those that don’t have the role models around them to push them forward,” she shares.

Video Transcript

Natasha S. Martin: brand marketing manager for ChoZen Society, Jacksonville, Florida.

Natasha S. Martin: My name is Natasha Martin. ChoZen Society is designed to inform, equip, and empower the youth and young adults that are in need in the Jacksonville area. We provide life skills — teaching them how to go out into the world and be the leaders that they were created to be.

I’ve always been drawn to helping those that don’t have the role models around them to push them forward, so we felt the need to start something that is a safe haven for students that have a rough upbringing, showing them the things that we wish people would have taught us growing up.

If you’ve ever felt like you didn’t have the resources that you needed, but now you’re in a better place, what better way to give back than to give the same, exact things you wish you had?

If you’re looking for new ways to give back subscribe to Grotto Network.

Be in the know with Grotto

X