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All Organizations

To date, Gratitude Network has worked with over 200 Fellows impacting children and youth in 70 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.

  • Health and Wellbeing

Revolutionizing pediatric medicine

The Center for Youth Wellness has been leading the charge to revolutionize pediatric medicine and transform the way society responds to children exposed to adverse childhood experiences and suffering from toxic stress.

https://centerforyouthwellness.org/

  • Chris Padula
  • Health and Wellbeing

Revolutionizing pediatric medicine

The Center for Youth Wellness has been leading the charge to revolutionize pediatric medicine and transform the way society responds to children exposed to adverse childhood experiences and suffering from toxic stress.

https://centerforyouthwellness.org/

  • Nadine Burke Harris
  • Education
  • US – National

Helping tweens + teens develop leadership skills + become entrepreneurs #doWIT

Whatever It Takes is based in San Diego with locations in St. Louis, Austin, and New York City, WIT provides the only college credit social entrepreneur and leadership program for high school teens in the country.

https://www.doingwit.org/

  • Sarah Hernholm
  • Education
  • Southern Africa
  • West Africa

Delivering effective, localized edutainment learning to millions of African families

Ubongo helps kids in Africa by bringing them localized, fun learning on the technologies they already have. They leverage entertainment, mass media, and mobile devices to deliver learning to students using accessible technology.

https://www.ubongo.org/

  • Nisha Ligon
  • Education
  • Global

Closing the digital learning gap for underserved learners to gain key skills for better economic opportunities

Team4Tech works to advance the quality of education in developing countries by engaging technology volunteers in immersive service learning projects that support local education non-profits and build leadership skills for the volunteers.

https://www.team4tech.org/

  • Julie Clugage
  • Children’s Rights
  • Asia

Protecting vulnerable children from exploitation through education, human rights and alleviating poverty

The Freedom Story prevents child trafficking and exploitation through scholarships, Mentorship & resources for at-risk children.

https://thefreedomstory.org/

  • Rachel Goble
  • Children’s Rights
  • Global

Transforming sexism through films, education, research, and activism

The Representation Project’s mission is to use film and media as catalysts for cultural transformation, inspiring individuals and communities to challenge and overcome limiting stereotypes so that everyone can fulfill their human potential.

https://therepproject.org/

  • Jennifer Siebel Newsom
  • Children’s Rights
  • Global

Acceleratoring humanitarian aid for refugee children

RISE is a platform to speed the delivery of life-saving humanitarian aid to unaccompanied refugee and immigrant children. CIEL, an offline-capable software allows for coordination of the response and allocation of resources.

https://www.rise-int.org/

  • Sergio Medina
  • Education
  • US – National

Working to close the achievement gap, district by district

Partners in School Innovation focuses on building the teaching and leadership capacity needed for high-performing, culturally responsive schools by deploying and supporting trained and carefully selected School Innovation Partners.

https://www.partnersinschools.org/

  • Derek Mitchell
  • Education
  • East Africa
  • West Africa

Empowering mothers to build the foundation of their children’s education in Ghana and Uganda

Lively Minds is improving the quality of life for deprived children and their families in rural Ghana and Uganda through creative early childhood development programs that are run by the communities themselves.

https://www.livelyminds.org/

  • Alison Naftalin