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INVISIYOUTH CHARITY is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps teens and young adults around the world with various chronic illnesses and disabilities gain the right lifestyle programs, empowerment tools and fun events to keep living life with any health struggles. With InvisiYouth, older youth and their support systems are motivated in all the non-medical aspects of life with any illness, visible or invisible.

Even though some illnesses are INVISIBLE, these youth are not.

-Dominique Viel, Founder

InvisiYouth Announces its Partnership with New Beauty Brand, I'M 4 LOVE

June 1, 2020

The InvisiYouth team is proud to announce its partnership with the new beauty brand, I’M 4 LOVE. A line of makeup that will not only hold its ingredients in high regard but also their belief that beauty and love are synonymous and need to be celebrated in all its diversity and uniqueness. And through partnered work and sales of products, they will be financially supporting InvisiYouth's programs and our mission.

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InvisiYouth Spotlight Program

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Meet Scarlett Aylen

Our latest Spotlight Story comes from across the Atlantic Ocean with a fresh take on empowerment and facing the obstacles that life can throw at us. 20-year-old university student from England, Scarlett Aylen, is an example that chronic illness and health struggles affect the entire person, both physically and mentally, and she advocates each young person should be supported as an entire being.  Her inner strength feeds into her organization, RCASS, helping young people and their families after a scoliosis diagnosis. You learn so much through Scarlett's story about resilience, advocacy, and finding ways to enjoy life.

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Please Subscribe to InvisiYouth Chat Sessions: A Video Podcast Series on YouTube and iTunes, Google Play and Spotify. Check in for a dose of stigma-breaking, humor-filling, empowerment-building life hacks and motivation for all the "medically adult-ish" young people.

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