Meet our amazing partners.

Meet Our Amazing Partners

Our partners are working hard to boost mental health, increase access to opportunity, and end gun violence in the communities they serve. It goes without saying: they’re all amazing, and we encourage you to get to know each and every one of them.


Empowers people with the tools, skills and hope they need to lift themselves out of poverty. Brac's page

Brave Trails

A leadership-focused summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth that is developing a mental health program tailored to the young people they serve. Brave Trails' page

Cities United

Supports a network of mayors and community leaders who are committed to reducing homicides and shooting rates of young Black men ages 14-24 by 50%. Cities United's page


Provides free and unlimited LGBTQ+ affirmative mental health care to young people under 25 years who identify as LGBTQ+. Colors' page.

Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice

Transforms communities by investing in the healing, activism and aspirations of youth. Communities united for restorative youth justice's page

Community & Youth Outreach

Reduces the risk of violence and incarceration and improves educational, employment and health outcomes for youth in Oakland, CA through mentorship and training programs. Community & youth outreach's page

Community Coalition

Helps transform the social and economic conditions in South Los Angeles by training and developing local grassroots leaders. Community Coalition page.

Cure Violence Global

Addresses violence as contagious and uses community-based disease control methods like healing and prevention to stop its spread. Cure Violence Global page

Defy Ventures

Shifts mindsets to give people with criminal histories their best shot at a second chance through entrepreneurship, career readiness, and personal development training programs. Defy Ventures page

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

Provides suicide prevention, mental health, and substance abuse services to children, adults, and families, especially in communities where discrimination and injustice limit access. Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services page

East Side Riders Bike Club

Helps keep youth away from gangs and drugs, by offering alternative forms of community engagement like bike riding and advocacy. East Side Riders Bike Club page


Creates opportunities for and with refugee girls through mentorship, education, and creating safe spaces to gather and learn. GirlForward page

Global Fund for Children's Spark Fund

Aims to improve mental health equity for black boys and young men in Atlanta, South Africa, and the UK using a youth-led participatory approach. Global Fund for Children page

GRYD Foundation

Creates a safer Los Angeles with a focus on communities impacted by gang violence and often lacking resources due to socioeconomic and racial disparities. GRYD Foundation page

Helen Keller Intl

Increases success in school and work by bringing eye care to underserved communities. Helen Keller Intl page

Homeboy Industries

The largest gang rehabilitation and re-entry program in the world with deep roots in the LA community and a trauma-informed mental health program. Homebody Industries page

International Medical Corps

Provides critical medical, mental health and training services in humanitarian situations. International Medical Corps page

Letters to Strangers

Seeks to destigmatize mental illness and increase access to affordable, quality treatment particularly for youth aged 13 to 24. Letters to Strangers page

LIFE Camp Inc.

Brings real-time gun violence prevention and intervention at the neighborhood level across Queens, New York. LIFE Camp Inc. page

Los Angeles LGBT Center

Provides programs, services, and global advocacy for LGBTQ+ people including many youth experiencing homelessness. Los Angeles LGBT Center page

Peace First

Provides training, mentorship and funding to young people creating solutions to injustice in their communities - helping to turn ideas into action. Peace First page


Helps LGBTQ+ youth navigate a world that perpetually tries to diminish them through gender-affirming haircuts and self-empowerment. ProjectQ page

Que Paso Latinx

Seeks to support, empower, and provide culturally relevant mental health resources to the community in a safe and comforting environment. Que Paso Latinx page

Self Help Graphics & Art

Provides access to space, training and capital for Latinx artists in Boyle Heights, CA. Self Help Graphics & Art page


Helps restore sight to those who otherwise would not have access to eye care, opening doors to economic opportunities. Seva page

The Dinner Party

A platform for grieving 20- and 30- somethings to find a community or individuals with a shared experience to navigate the grieving process after significant loss. The Dinner Party page

The Mix

Provides free, confidential mental health support to those under 25 in the UK. The Mix page

Urban Peace Institute

Creates safety in Los Angeles’ most underserved communities through training and support of violence intervention workers. Urban Peace Institute page

Venice Family Clinic

Provides some of Los Angeles’s most vulnerable populations with normally difficult to access same day mental health resources. Venice Family Clinic page

Youth ALIVE!

Provides leadership training and education for Oakland’s youth to prevent violence and help heal the trauma gun violence leaves in its wake. Youth ALIVE! page

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