Be one of the first to see the Triple Nickel!

On Tuesday, April 14th,
BYA is having a RedRaiser
from 6-9 p.m at the
triple nickel LOGO (indian head) 2014

located in the 555 Building on
Old Woodward, Birmingham

Be one of the first to dine at
Birmingham’s newest restaurant,
The Triple Nickel
while helping a great cause for our community.
Enjoy delicious food as you meet up with friends
or connect with associates
who care about supporting our young people.

Triple Nickel menu

Tickets are $25/per person
(A Cash Bar is available)
All ticket  & raffle proceeds go to BYA

There will be a 50/50 raffle and a special drawing for a Triple Nickel gift card.
Wear red and get entered for the gift card drawing.

5th Annual Youth in Service Recognition Breakfast

On Wednesday, April 22nd, Birmingham Youth Assistance and the Birmingham Optimists will honor local youth for their civic service at The Community House in Birmingham.
Registration starts at 7:00 a.m. A plated breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m.

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Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard, Dylan Kanaan, the 2014 Jane Parker Ward Award Winner, and Youth in Service Chairperson David Walker

BYA and the Optimists are excited to be partnering for the 5th year to honor these wonderful youth. The nominees will be chosen from local area middle and high schools. These individuals have distinguished themselves through their community civic service. In addition to members of these two organizations there will be parents, family, community leaders and other dignitaries present for the presentations.  The most outstanding of our nominees will receive The Jane Parker-Ward Award and a $500.00 scholarship.

If you know of a local middle or high school student that you would like to nominate to receive a Youth in Service Award please contact the BYA office at 248-203-4300 or email the office manager at Office@birminghamyouthassistance.org. 

Become a sponsor of the Annual Youth in Service Appreciation Awards Event BYA/Optimist $250-$500

  • Name/Business Logo included on all print material for the 2014 Youth in Service breakfast
  • 4 complimentary tickets to the breakfast
  • Link on the BYA website to sponsoring business page
  • Name/Business logo on Power Point Presentation that will run the length of the event

BYA/Optimist $100-$249

  • Name/Business Logo included on all print material for the 2014 Youth in Service breakfast
  • 2 complimentary tickets to the breakfast
  • Name/Business logo on Power Point Presentation that will run the length of the event

Why should I sponsor this event?

Because this is the most important BYA/Birmingham Optimist event of the year! Sponsorship will help both organizations continue the tradition of recognizing amazing young people who are committed to carrying out public service.

If you would like to mail a check please download and fill out the YIS 2015 Sponsorship Form

Youth in Service Nominations being accepted now!

Do you know a local area youth, either in middle or high school, that goes above and beyond to make our community better? If so, consider nominating them to receive a Youth in Service award. Every year, BYA and the Birmingham Optimists host their Annual Youth in Service Appreciation Breakfast. At this breakfast we have the privilege of honoring these local young adults for their volunteerism in our community and beyond.

This year’s breakfast is scheduled for Wednesday, April 22 at The Community House in Birmingham.

To see the guidelines and to nominate someone, click below.

Nomination Form

  • Attention Nominator: Judging Of The Nominee Is Based Solely On The Information You Supply Below. In Selecting A Candidate, Please Consider The Guidelines And Be As Specific As Possible.
  • This Nomination Is Made On The Basis Of At Least One Of The Following:
    • • Act Of Heroism. Please Give Specific Details.
    • • Exceptional Service On An Individual Basis To An Organization Or Individual. Please Give Specific Details.
    • • Exceptional Service By An Individual Within A Club Or Organization. If The Service Is Performed For Community Service Credit, The Student Must Have Significantly Exceeded The Requirement. Be As Specific As Possible Regarding Hours. Service Performed In Connection With A Credit Course Is Not Eligible For Consideration Unless You Can Demonstrate That The Student Has Dramatically Exceeded Course Expectations And Requirements.
    • • Achievement By An Individual Based On Overcoming A Personal Challenge And Setting An Example By Assisting Others. Describe Who Has Been Helped And In What Manner. Please See Additional Instructions For This Category In The Guidelines (#7).
    • • Exceptional Service Through The Initiation Of A New Project Or Program To Benefit Others.

2014/2015 BYA Meeting Calendar

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2014-2015 BYA Meeting Calendar

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