We are transforming the lives of children
and youth around the world…

Reaching Over 47 Million to Date… and we can do more!

We Accelerate Impact

We accelerate the growth of high-impact social entrepreneurs who are working to improve the lives of children and youth in three key areas:

Health & Well-being
Human Rights

Who We Are

Who We Are

We are a network of grateful people who believe in paying our good fortunes forward in order to improve the lives of others.

What We Do

What We Do

We accelerate the performance of visionary leaders and their teams who are dedicated to serving children and youth globally.

Who We Support

Who We Support

We support over 200 organizations around the world that are solving the most pressing problems faced by children and youth.

Get Involved

Get Involved

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Our impact reaches 70 countries and includes 200+ visionary leaders

Click on the map areas below to learn more about the organizations we support.

Whiz Kids Workshop

Ethiopia (East Africa)

“Grateful for the leadership skills Gratitude Network has given me. It has allowed me to set goals and move at a faster pace when producing three children television shows: Tsehai Loves Learning, Involve Me – Watch Me, and Little Investigators.”


Bruktawit Tigabu

A Breeze of Hope Foundation

Bolivia (South America)

“We believe that, to prevent sexual violence and other forms of violence against children, especially girls, there must be a paradigm shift in the way society sees and interacts with children. In essence, we must work with this generation’s children to prevent the next generation’s problems.


Brisa De Angulo

Suit Up

New York (United States)

“I am a stronger, results-driven leader after working with my Gratitude Network Coach. The Gratitude Network has given me the love and support I need to scale my organization. I would recommend the Gratitude Leadership Program for any leader that truly has the time for constructive coaching and reflection about their business.”


Lauren Reilly

Tune Into Reading

Florida (United States)

“I now think of our organization as a ‘social enterprise’ more than as a ‘business’. It’s a fundamental shift in my thinking about our opportunities and our strategy.”


Carlo Franzblau