Center for Parent/Youth Understanding

Elizabethtown, PA

Founded: 1989

Tel: (717) 361-8429


Top LeaderDr. Walter Mueller

Donor Contact: Mr. Clifford Frick

Member Since: December 4, 1998

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $563,061
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $100,677
   Total Revenue $663,738
   Total Expenses $458,224
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $390,841
Total Liabilities $39,227
Net Assets $351,614
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The mission of CPYU is to work with churches, schools and community organizations to build strong families based on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This mission is fulfilled by: helping parents understand and respond to the complex world of their children and teens, equipping teenagers to deal with the challenges of adolescence, equipping parents and teens to respond to these challenges through distinctively Christian world and life view, and raising the youth culture awareness of youth workers and educators, thereby helping them increase their effectiveness with parents, children and teens.

Donate and become a CPYU Ministry Partner today! The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding is a nonprofit organization committed to building strong families by serving to bridge the cultural-generational gap between parents and teenagers.
The mission of CTI is to provide resources for students, parents, pastors and educators to think more deeply about the transition from high school to college. This mission is accomplished through: (1) Speaking: College Transition Seminars are presented across the country to students and parents. (2) Writing: Articles, books, and expert interviews. (3) Blogging: A regularly updated blog provides commentary on trends in higher education.
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