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    "I can’t thank our supporters enough for
    making YATC the first and best school of its kind
    and giving disadvantaged kids a second chance
    at a positive future."

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    A WEEKEND OF FUN

    Experience exciting golf and tennis with celebrities,
    evening events, activities for kids and teens and learn
    how your generosity impacts the students at YATC.

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    MORE THAN JUST GOLF

    At the beautiful Hyatt Regency
    Grand Cypress in Orlando, you’ll
    create lifelong memories while
    giving at-risk youth hope
    for brighter futures.

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    A GOOD TIME FOR A GREAT CAUSE

November 10 & 11, 2017

Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress - Orlando, FL

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About YATC

Established by automotive legend and JM Family Enterprises founder Jim Moran in 1984, the mission of the Youth Automotive Training Center in Deerfield Beach, Florida, is to train and educate at-risk youth in basic automotive repair, academic remediation, job readiness and life management skills through a tuition-free, nine-month program. YATC prepares young adults who are at a disadvantage in their lives to become self-sufficient, productive, law-abiding citizens.

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Remembering Jim Moran (1918 – 2007)

A pioneer in the automotive industry, Jim Moran’s legendary career and commitment to philanthropy spanned more than six decades. Dedicated to giving back, he believed in making a real difference in the lives of others. Since Jim Moran founded YATC, more than 600 graduates have overcome personal challenges and turned their lives around.

"The main thing, I think, in this life is that you leave something behind — not just for your family and your children, but something that stands for what you stand for — and the one thing that I really stand for is our kids, our youth."

Jim Moran at the 2005 YATC Graduation with Miami Dolphins legend Earl Morrall, a loyal friend and longtime supporter of the school.