The TERF Project via First Christian Church of Mt. Sterling KY


United States


The TERF Project was designed to help at-risk youth in Montgomery County, KY achieve their dreams by supporting programs in various areas including education, recreation, academia, and personal development. These programs provide resources ranging from basic food security to emotional support. The TERF Project helps children overcome obstacles such as low self-esteem, poor personal health, difficult family situations, and poor school performance. Their goal is to give these children access to resources every child deserves in order to reach their full potential.

Mission Statement: The TERF Project aims to educate at-risk youth, offering them the expanded advantages and the same opportunities as anyone else. It’s their goal to assist youth to develop a positive self image, set realistic goals, and benefit from first hand experiences in positive social relationships.

Our Connection

Family Discretionary Grant. The Skees Family Foundation chose to support the development of this program in 2013. In addition to having family in that area, we also feel that every child deserves the opportunity to succeed, and we want to help provide those opportunities when they aren’t given naturally.