YTS In The News

Top 25 under 25 honoured by Surrey Board of Trade

YTS Co-founder/External Affairs Director Amanbir Atwal receives the 2015 Top 25 Under 25 award. [Read more]

Amanbir was also featured in another article, post winning the award. [Read more]

Encouraging you to volunteer: Youth Transforming Society

Directors Livleen, Kiran, Ashley and Amanbir talk about their organization that raises awareness on global issues and encourages community volunteerism. [Read more]

The Harpreet Singh Show

Watch as our External Affairs Manager, Resleen Mangat, talks about Youth Transforming Society and the importance of volunteering on The Harpreet Singh Show.

‘Volunteering and Beyond’ event at Newton school in October.

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Earthquake shakes youth into action

The 2010 Haiti earthquake devastated that country’s economy – many urban areas were destroyed and over one million citizens were left homeless. After seeing the devastation on television and social media, four high school friends wanted to help by collecting bottles to raise funds for relief efforts. [Read more]

Helping others feels good, say Surrey teens

It was a devastating earthquake four years ago that shook a group of Surrey students into action.

The January 2010 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Haiti killed between 200,000-300,000 people and injured another 300,000, destroying thousands of homes and displacing more than a million residents. [Read more]

Kiran Mann: Transforming Society

Kiran Mann has a passion for humanitarian activism, and when she isn’t studying sciences at UBC with the goal to attend medical school and become a physician, she’s getting involved in the community by raising money for local and international charities. Mann is one of the four co-founders of Youth Transforming Society (YTS), which is a youth group that spreads awareness about humanitarian issues. [Read more]

SBOT celebrates Top 25 under 25

YTS Co-founder/Internal Affairs Director, Livleen Pannu, is a recipient of the 2013 Surrey Board of Trade Top 25 Under 25 award. [Read more]

Surrey Women’s Centre

Thanks to Kiran and the National Battle for Change Club Panorama Ridge Secondary for the lovely flowers! Today we handed out salon hair and beauty products along with these beautifully hand made flowers in celebration of Mother’s Day! [Read more]

Surrey’s top 25 under 25 honoured

YTS Co-founder/Special Events Director, Kiran Mann, is a recipient of the 2012 Surrey Board of Trade Top 25 Under 25 award. [Read more]

Seaquam Secondary and Panorama Ridge Grade 11 students Amanbir Atwal, Kiran Mann, Amneet Athwal, and Livleen Pannu founded the Youth Transforming Society (YTS) after seeing the devastation from the Haitian Tsunami in 2010. [Read more]

The Harpreet Singh Show

Watch as our Special Events Director, Kiran Mann, talks about her journey and accomplishments in high school. Learn a bit about Kiran and the work she does as a part of YTS.