The Mary and Frances Youth Center provides programming and training to enhance the lives of youth in the Richmond metro area.
Open to the public, three paths are geared toward age and skill level of the player
MFYC offers weeklong, full-day camps for rising first through ninth graders
Offering professional development for youth-serving organizations
Training and implementation of VCU's safety policy for minors on campus
MFYC founders [View Image]
The Mary and Frances Youth Center opened on Sept. 28, 2007 and was underwritten by Michael Fraizer, former CEO of Genworth Financial Inc., and his wife Elizabeth. Their support led to the construction of the center on the VCU Monroe Park campus along West Cary Street.
The center consists of two private tennis courts and classrooms designed for youth programming and youth-centered training.
In response to concerns about the COVID-19 (coronavirus) and in support of the wellness and safety of all members of our community, Virginia Commonwealth University has cancelled all in-person youth activities on-campus for summer 2020.
Lobs and Lessons Summer [View Image]
631 Richmond youth served, representing seven cities and counties in the Richmond region.
148 youth development workers received more than 1,000 hours of Youth Program Quality training and coaching.
780 individuals were trained on youth safety and protection.
The MFYC serves more than 600 youth per year.
77 scholarships were awarded to Richmond-area youth to participate in 2018 summer camps.