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VISION Year Two: • Separate club. • Know 500 names. • Know 100 people. • Hang out with girls one-onone and go deeper with a group of girls. • Have a separate camp trip.

Year One: • Reach more girls at North Forsyth/help with club. • Know 100 names before Christmas break at West Forsyth. • Start a full club at WFHS. • Start Campaigners. • Find a guy leader for WFHS.

Year Three: • Have senior leaders at WFHS. • Go deeper. • Discipleship. • Have a full team.

Young Life Forsyth County

THE OPPORTUNITY

Operating Budget Staff Salary: Taxes and Benefits: Training, Office, and Service Charges: Budget Total:

$ 25,968 $ 10,949 $ 13, 133 $ 50,050

Personal Fundraising Goal # of Partners

Amount per Mo.

Annual Total

2

$

200

$

4,800

3

$

100

$

3,600

4

$

75

$

3,600

5

$

50

$

3,000

8

$

25

$

2,400

$

17,400

TOTAL:

Ways to Give Give Online: • Go to > > https://giving.younglife.org/dish

By Mail: Personal checks may be made out to Young Life, with "GA42 - Disharee Gangulee" on the memo line, and sent to: Young Life Forsyth County P.O. Box 2544 Cumming, GA 30028-6506 Young Life is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and has maintained that membership through a yearly review of its compliance with the ECFA’s standards.

Young Life was incorporated in 1941 by Jim Rayburn, a seminary student and part-time youth minister in Gainesville, Texas, who wanted to reach out to kids disinterested in church. Rayburn went where kids were and found creative ways to share the love of God with them. His methods continue to transform lives today. Disharee Gangulee 904-982-2301 dishareegangulee@gmail.com

DISHAREE GANGULEE


"And they sang a new song, saying: 'You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, because you were slain, and with your blood you purchased for God persons from every tribe and language and people and nation.'" — Revelation 5:9

AREA OVERVIEW I will be starting Young Life at West Forsyth High School in the fall. An adult leader and I will be going into the schools and meeting kids and consistently showing up. While we are in the beginning stages, I will bring high-schoolers to Monday night Young Life Club at 7:37 with Lambert High School and North Forsyth High School. We will grow and pray until we are ready to have our own club! I will also help recruit leaders into the area and care for current leaders. We have monthly meetings that I will help run.

DISHAREE’S STORY I came to college not a follower of Jesus. I was lost and found my worth in everything but the Lord and was completely unsatisfied and broken. In the fall of my freshman year, I was invited to a Young Life College club at the University of Florida. I quickly fell in love with the community. My leaders were tangible representations of Jesus. At a Young Life College Weekend Camp at Southwind, a Young Life camp in Ocklawaha, Florida, I jumped into a relationship with God. After training and discipleship, I became a leader at Gainesville High School. The Lord has radically molded me the past four years with total heart and life changes. Every time I thought I was done, the Lord kept moving. I have always loved relationships; people are what I am good at. I have certainly had bad relationships, but for the most part they have always been the most life- giving thing in this world. This is why Young Life is good. I have gotten to know hundreds of teenagers over the years. We have done life together, and we have walked through pain, joy and suffering — all great things. The Lord put ministry on my heart right from the beginning. It was through these life-giving relationships and experiences that I knew God was only just getting started with me. From the start of this journey I was looking more toward camp ministry, but I kept praying that God would reveal the truth and His desires for me. After working at camps and prayer I was able to discern that the very thing that drew me to camping ministry was everything Young Life field staff was. So I applied for this job and here I am! People have been asking me “Why Georgia?” Simply put, “Why not?” I am 21, single and am so madly in love with the Creator. I want to experience all that our God has to offer, and this means being uncomfortable. This means going where no one truly knows you! This means becoming a bulldog fan. So I have decided to pick up my cross and go on over to Georgia. Also, I have this burning desire to introduce kids to Jesus — all teenagers, but with a focus on those who don’t have access to the church and grew up without hearing the name of Jesus, like me.


"And they sang a new song, saying: 'You are worthy to take the scroll and to open its seals, because you were slain, and with your blood you purchased for God persons from every tribe and language and people and nation.'" — Revelation 5:9

AREA OVERVIEW I will be starting Young Life at West Forsyth High School in the fall. An adult leader and I will be going into the schools and meeting kids and consistently showing up. While we are in the beginning stages, I will bring high-schoolers to Monday night Young Life Club at 7:37 with Lambert High School and North Forsyth High School. We will grow and pray until we are ready to have our own club! I will also help recruit leaders into the area and care for current leaders. We have monthly meetings that I will help run.

DISHAREE’S STORY I came to college not a follower of Jesus. I was lost and found my worth in everything but the Lord and was completely unsatisfied and broken. In the fall of my freshman year, I was invited to a Young Life College club at the University of Florida. I quickly fell in love with the community. My leaders were tangible representations of Jesus. At a Young Life College Weekend Camp at Southwind, a Young Life camp in Ocklawaha, Florida, I jumped into a relationship with God. After training and discipleship, I became a leader at Gainesville High School. The Lord has radically molded me the past four years with total heart and life changes. Every time I thought I was done, the Lord kept moving. I have always loved relationships; people are what I am good at. I have certainly had bad relationships, but for the most part they have always been the most life- giving thing in this world. This is why Young Life is good. I have gotten to know hundreds of teenagers over the years. We have done life together, and we have walked through pain, joy and suffering — all great things. The Lord put ministry on my heart right from the beginning. It was through these life-giving relationships and experiences that I knew God was only just getting started with me. From the start of this journey I was looking more toward camp ministry, but I kept praying that God would reveal the truth and His desires for me. After working at camps and prayer I was able to discern that the very thing that drew me to camping ministry was everything Young Life field staff was. So I applied for this job and here I am! People have been asking me “Why Georgia?” Simply put, “Why not?” I am 21, single and am so madly in love with the Creator. I want to experience all that our God has to offer, and this means being uncomfortable. This means going where no one truly knows you! This means becoming a bulldog fan. So I have decided to pick up my cross and go on over to Georgia. Also, I have this burning desire to introduce kids to Jesus — all teenagers, but with a focus on those who don’t have access to the church and grew up without hearing the name of Jesus, like me.


VISION Year Two: • Separate club. • Know 500 names. • Know 100 people. • Hang out with girls one-onone and go deeper with a group of girls. • Have a separate camp trip.

Year One: • Reach more girls at North Forsyth/help with club. • Know 100 names before Christmas break at West Forsyth. • Start a full club at WFHS. • Start Campaigners. • Find a guy leader for WFHS.

Year Three: • Have senior leaders at WFHS. • Go deeper. • Discipleship. • Have a full team.

Young Life Forsyth County

THE OPPORTUNITY

Operating Budget Staff Salary: Taxes and Benefits: Training, Office, and Service Charges: Budget Total:

$ 25,968 $ 10,949 $ 13, 133 $ 50,050

Personal Fundraising Goal # of Partners

Amount per Mo.

Annual Total

2

$

200

$

4,800

3

$

100

$

3,600

4

$

75

$

3,600

5

$

50

$

3,000

8

$

25

$

2,400

$

17,400

TOTAL:

Ways to Give Give Online: • Go to > > https://giving.younglife.org/dish

By Mail: Personal checks may be made out to Young Life, with "GA42 - Disharee Gangulee" on the memo line, and sent to: Young Life Forsyth County P.O. Box 2544 Cumming, GA 30028-6506 Young Life is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and has maintained that membership through a yearly review of its compliance with the ECFA’s standards.

Young Life was incorporated in 1941 by Jim Rayburn, a seminary student and part-time youth minister in Gainesville, Texas, who wanted to reach out to kids disinterested in church. Rayburn went where kids were and found creative ways to share the love of God with them. His methods continue to transform lives today. Disharee Gangulee 904-982-2301 dishareegangulee@gmail.com

DISHAREE GANGULEE

Young Life Forsyth County — Disharee Gangulee  
Young Life Forsyth County — Disharee Gangulee  
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