All Organizations

To date, Gratitude Network has worked with over 140 Gratitude Leaders impacting children and youth in more than 60 countries. While focused on the broad categories of Education, Health & Well-being, and Children’s Rights, our Fellows are impacting children in Education Access, Teacher Support, Online Education, Poverty Alleviation, Girls’ Empowerment, Child Safety, and so many more critical areas.

  • Children’s Rights
  • South America

Addressing sexual violence and promoting healthy, comprehensive child development

The mission at a Breeze of Hope is to: restore the lives of those who’ve suffered childhood sexual violence by providing them with free, holistic support and eradicate sexual violence through transdisciplinary prevention strategies.

  • Brisa De Angulo
  • Education
  • Africa-Tanzania

Supporting girls’ education in Africa with the goal of personal life and community transformation

  • Jana Hardy Kinsey
  • Education
  • Africa-Zambia

Breaking the cycle of poverty in Zambia through access to quality education and leadership development via community resource centers

The African Education Program’s mission is to empower Zambian youth through access to quality education and leadership development to break the cycle of poverty. Through resource centers, they bolster the educational environment and empower members to realize their full potential.

  • Julie-Anne Savarit-Cosenza
  • Children’s Rights
  • Africa-Nigeria

A pan-African network that promotes child rights and child protection in Africa

ANPPCAN works to prevent various kinds of Child abuse and neglect in general terms known as Violence Against Children (VAC).

  • Chimezie Elekwachi
  • Education
  • Southeast Asia

Transforming communities through after school learning programs for high potential, low performing Filipino students left behind

AHA Learning Center is a free afterschool program that creates an ecosystem of opportunity and support for low performing but high potential public school students. AHA’s mission is to create RICH students, resilient, independent, critical thinkers, who are helpful Filipinos.

  • Jaton Zulueta
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Central America / Carribbean

Improving impovershed communities through healthcare worker & leader education about disease identification and prevention

AMOS Health and Hope exists to improve the health of impoverished communities by working alongside them in health, education, and development. They aim to improve health by training primary healthcare service professionals to identify and treat treatable diseases.

  • Gabriella Woo
  • Education
  • Africa-Tanzania

Transforming youth in east Africa with academic support and key skills training

Asante Africa Foundation is committed to empowering East Africa’s youth to confidently address life’s challenges and opportunities, thrive in the global economy, and catalyze positive change.

  • Erna L. Grasz
  • Education
  • Southeast Asia

Intervening to protect girls in Cambodia from trafficking before they become survivors of it

AusCam Freedom Project prevents girls from ever stepping foot into danger. By reducing their vulnerability, mitigating risks, and supporting them to gain tools, skills and confidence, girls are now able to change the world around them.

  • Sambath Soeurng
  • Education
  • Southeast Asia

Improving education conditions for underprivileged children
and youth In Vietnam

Better Life Vietnam is a non-profit organization that works to improve education conditions for underprivileged children and youth in Vietnam.

  • Thinh Nguyen
  • Education
  • India

Tackling complex challenges facing disadvantaged children to bridge the gap in language and education

Bhumi drives social change by fostering an environment where young adults & children learn, lead and thrive.

  • Dr. Prahalathan KK