Victory 4 Youth is a California 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, founded in 2007. Its primary mission is to inspire people, especially today's youth, to discover their purpose, to dream again, and to pursue their passion. It is when someone can tap into those three things that they can truly step into living an Uncommon life in today's common world. For over nine years, Victory 4 Youth has had the opportunity to go into schools across the country, leaving a major impact on thousands of students and school administrators. This organization is completely funded by individuals, small business owners, and corporations who see the value in its message and desire to bring hope to those in need. If you are an individual that would like to support Victory 4 Youth, please click the Support button to make a donation. Victory 4 Youth is also looking for corporate sponsors that would like to partner in the School and Community efforts. For more information on corporate sponsorship, please use the "Contact" link to send us a message and one of our representatives will contact you within 48 hours.

Grabbed the attention...

“He came out in a green track suit. A minute later, he had crushed a can of soda in a sticky explosion of corn syrup. It definitely grabbed the attention of all the students at the assembly held at White Pine High School on Tuesday morning. That was exactly his intention.” 

— The Ely Times (Ely, Nevada)

Encouraging words...

"Johnson’s speech ended on an emotional note of talking about how many girls sell themselves short because they are looking for love. He talked about how girls today get hurt and broken from untrue love and bad relationships.

His technique of mixing encouraging words and examples of extreme strength seems to be effective so far. Johnson’s résumé includes visiting Cambodia every year to speak to people about the importance of trusting each other right.  He talks to girls and women who are in prostitution there to give them encouraging words and urge them away from that lifestyle."

— The Sonoma State Star (Rohnert Park, CA)

Richly inspiring...

"Your presentation was so engaging that it fully held their interest, and when you were wrapping up the assembly, they were begging for more! It was richly inspiring!"

— Elementary School Principle (Salt Lake City, UT)