The Show Me Campaign seeks to give every child access to a quality education. Through programs such as Teach for America, Teach for All, Harlem Village Academies, and New Profit, the Show Me Campaign works to elevate and celebrate teachers, the single most important factor for student achievement in our schools. The campaign also works to end the school-to-prison pipeline and to address systemic issues in our criminal justice system that disproportionately impact the poor, minorities and disadvantaged. Together, these dual strategies aim to give every single child the opportunity to not just survive, but to thrive.
The Bradley Charles Cooper Foundation is working to ease the burden on patients and loved ones impacted by cancer, so they can focus on getting the treatment they need and deserve.
will.i.am launched the i.am.angel Foundation in 2009 to TRANS4M lives through education, inspiration and opportunity. The i.am.angel Foundation administers charitable activities and programs targeted towards providing college scholarships (i.am scholarship), college preparation (i.am College Track), and opportunities in STEAM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics).
Accelerate Impact is the nonprofit initiative of Revolve Impact, an award-winning social impact firm that changes culture by transforming systems, policies, and people. Founded in 2014, Revolve Impact provides campaign management and event production, as well as policy, marketing, and strategic media expertise to a wide range of influential artists, nonprofit and government entities, corporate communities, and philanthropic foundations. Accelerate Impact produces and manages #SchoolsNotPrisons, an annual arts and music tour that in 2016 partnered with over 70 nonprofits and 30 artists in California to lift up the power of the youth vote in 12 cities in the 13 weeks leading up to the election, and the Justice Policy Network, the country’s first nationwide fellowship to increase the number of leaders working in the government sector to advance a new justice agenda.
The mission of Cities of Kindness is to instill kindness into the culture of cities by equipping Mayors with tools that lead to more kind acts within schools, workplaces, and communities.
Jane Cashner was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2004 and Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia in 2014. During her ongoing battle through treatment, her family watched her not only endure the effects of treatment but also the negative effects of being forced into social isolation and being removed form daily activities she once loved due to fear of contamination. Soon the family realized the impact that social isolation had on children they saw in the hospital also undergoing treatment and were compelled to make a difference. There the Cashner Family Foundation was established by Andrew Cashner, pitcher for the Texas Rangers.
The Home(ful) Fund is a partnership of homebuilders, innovating to end the tragedy of homelessness. Through voluntary homebuyer participation, Home(ful) has created a unique, ongoing and expansive source of giving that promises to transform the fight and make the end of homelessness a reality.
Our goal is simple: Break through self-selected echo-chambers and educate Americans about the dangers of nationalism and isolationism and encourage public discussion. We want to tell the stories about all the good done by America and Americans in the world. We believe that doing so will create popular understanding that will help stop unnecessary wars, expand individual freedoms and equality, and create opportunity for American workers.
The TechRow Fund for Progressive Education is an organization that strategically partners with community stakeholders to co-create and assist in the development, customization and delivery of sustainable technology-centered learning experiences for students and educators.