URBAN YOUTH KINGS & QUEENS WELCOMES YOU
Urban Youth Kings & Queens Inc. (UYKQ) is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to educate and empower Philadelphia’s children and adolescents through wellness, sports, and after-school programs to recognize their talents, pursue college, and become leaders in their communities.
UPCOMING FALL 2021 PROGRAMS
2021 FALL BASEBALL
2021 FALL BASKETBALL WORKOUTS
QUEENS MENTORING AND ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
Program Begins (Mon & Wed) Sept. 13 - Oct 25, 2021
Fernhill Park, 4600 Morris Street, Phila. PA 19144
$85 Registration Fee
Fall Baseball is for youth ages 7 - 9 whom are interested in learning the fundamentals of baseball, team work, sportsmanship, and friendly competition.
This level of play transitions players from Coach Pitch to Kid Pitch, to help them prepare for the next level of play for the Spring Season.
All workouts will be held at
New Covenant Church of Philadelphia
7500 Germantown Ave, Phila. PA 19119
UYKQ Fall Basketball Workouts gives an opportunity for young players to build and develop their skills in basketball, while building confidence on the court. Register today for our first session beginning September 18 - October 16, every Saturday morning.
4 - 6 year olds @ 9:30am
6 - 8 year olds @ 10:30am
9 - 12 year olds @ 11:30am
13 - 15 year olds @ 12:30pm
Register today for our 21 - 2022 Program Year. Program will begin Tuesday September 21, 2021.
The QUEENS program works with young ladies to advance their educational and career aspirations through a broad range of opportunities and experiences. The program caters to participants from ages 5 through 16.
Lead by Example
At Urban Youth Kings & Queens Inc., we are dedicated to empowering our youth and getting them involved within the communities we serve. Through joint partnerships and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress as we are always striving to make a difference.
Helping The Community
With this initiative, our goal is to support those in need. With access to the right resources, people can become empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential.
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn."
“I had to ask strangers to join me and one another on real-life projects - fixing up a park, or removing asbestos from a housing project, or starting and after-school program.”