On-the-Move Community Integration assists adults with special needs in accessing healthful, meaningful, and environmentally responsible activities in their community. They focus on small group community inclusion activities, emphasizing the contributions of individuals with developmental disabilities.
To Write Love on Her Arms is an American non-profit organization which aims to present hope for people struggling with addiction, depression, self-injury and thoughts of suicide while also investing directly into treatment and recovery.
Will LIttle is a man from South Philadelphia who speaks publicly about his childhood, selling drugs, prison term & how his life is different now.
Maple Built is a non-profit, woodworking, apprenticeship for young men in Nashville focusing on employment & mentorship.
Self-Injury Outreach & Support is a non-profit outreach initiative providing information & resources about self-injury to those who self-injure, those who have recovered, & those who want to help.
Julia Kaye is a Los Angeles based comic artist. Julia currently works on the Disney TV show Big City Greens, she is the creator of the webcomic Up and Out, and new book Super Late Bloomer.
100% Organic Cotton Tampons. Compact BPA-Free Plastic applicators. Buy a box, give back to a woman who is homeless in the USA.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is the nation's largest non-profit dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide.
At a young age, Bradford and Bryan Manning were both diagnosed with an eye disease that causes blindness over time. This condition has inspired a special vigilance for details, a passion that carries over into the construction of their clothing line.
Mission 21 is an anti-trafficking service provider committed to the complete restoration of child victims of sex trafficking. Since 2010, Mission 21 has been working tirelessly to provide services to children being bought and sold in the commercial sex trade in Rochester, MN and statewide.
Urban Confessional began as a community of actors determined to challenge the status quo. Every week, they stood on street corners in LA with signs that read “Free Listening” and opened their hearts to anyone who needed to laugh, cry, scream, or chat. Over the years, the community has grown to include people from all walks of life across 6 continents, 50 countries, and 40 states.
Elizabeth's Voice partners with women in Uganda who are primarily single mothers and widows.
These women create jewelry, baskets and bags. Purchasing these items empowers these women to send their children to school, feed them, and clothe them.
Comfort Cases provides suitcases and backpacks to children who are in the foster care system, removed from a home for allegations of abuse, facing homelessness, or temporarily displaced for emergencies or other reasons.
Rob Scheer founded Comfort Cases in 2013 from painful memories of carrying his own trash bag from place to place in the foster care system.