Three years since the announcement of the HBC Foundation in the United States, Saks Fifth Avenue continues their commitment to mental health under the new name – the Saks Fifth Avenue Foundation – with the mission to: increase awareness and education, improve access to care, build protective factors, and reach target communities. The Saks Fifth Avenue Foundation will provide crucial support to Bring Change to Mind and other communities impacted by the widespread effects of COVID-19.
Battery Powered is supporting high schools clubs across the Bay Area for two years and enabling us to conduct further research into the all school impact of the program in the region.
Bring Change to Mind is honored to announce a partnership with RADical Hopewhich will allow us to scale our Bring Change to Mind High School program to schools in the North East! RADical Hope is breaking the grip of emotional isolation that is killing our young people. We are excited to introduce upward of 50 new campuses to our national network of young advocates.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is supporting the expansion of BC2M’s educational programs across Central Ohio, which is home to the company’s global headquarters. The retailer’s initial funding will support implementing student-led high school clubs in 20 Greater Columbus area schools by Fall 2020. Additionally, A&F Co. hosted BC2M’s First Columbus Leadership Meet Up on February 8, 2020, where over 65 local student leaders attended a day of discussion and training as they start to launch the Bring Change to Mind program in their schools.
In partnership with Dignity Health and notMYkid, BC2M is part of The Youth Mental Health Collective in Arizona. The Collective strives to reduce mental health crisis and suicide risk by increasing knowledge, skills, and access to care. The involved agencies have partnered up through a strong alignment of core values including empowering communities, amplifying voices, and connecting families to support. Together, agencies provide youth with the full continuum of care of prevention, early-intervention, and treatment.
The mission of GlowBiotics is to help all women feel good about what they put on their skin so they can radiate confidence from within, because they know when you feel good on the inside, you will glow. In that spirit, the company donates 1% of all sales to mental health charities, as they not only want to help people to look good, but also feel good from the inside out. We are grateful to be the beneficiary of this amazing skincare line.
The collaboration between Bring Change to Mind and Water Cooler Group grew out of a desire to connect with more supporters through all platforms of communication. Water Cooler Group is a United States based integrated marketing holding company, and works with Bring Change to Mind to raise awareness through online and offline marketing campaigns, outreach, and publicity. Water Cooler Group is a strong supporter of the values and mission of Bring Change to Mind. Together, we’re amplifying the conversation through media to end the stigma of mental illness.
Alfalfa was co-founded by four childhood friends, and began as a simple idea to fill a gap in the community for healthy food. Their menu and restaurants aspire to bring together elements that bring balance to customer’s lives, centered around healthy and delicious salads as well as indulgent doughnuts. They strive to continue making the world a happier place through their products, experiences, and their support of BC2M. They have locations in Los Angeles, California, and Hoboken, New Jersey.
The ArtJive connects and supports like-minded groups, individuals, artists, and creatives all through the use of expression and art forms. They also aim to reduce fast-fashion footprint and promote sustainability. The ArtJive does this in a few ways, either; 100% recycled material, reworked vintage, one-time-& small-runs, handmade, or one-of-a-kind pieces.
Ban.do is a brand that values kindness and hard work. Their mission is to use their brand and products to celebrate fun and friendship, encourage self- expression, and provide an endless amount of happiness. In 2018, Ban.do partnered with us to encourage more people to talk openly about mental health. Their “Anxiety” and “Depression” necklaces, the proceeds of which supported BC2M, were an immediate hit. They sold out within days, helping BC2M further the mission of ending stigma, and raising much-needed funds for BC2M programs.
Generous Goods connects conscientious consumers with brands and products that support the causes they love. Their new Shop & Support initiative takes this a level deeper, offering shoppers a curated collection of products that support a specific organization. Our partnership connects our supporters with seven generous brands that have built giving back to BC2M into their models. From beneficial beauty products to on-trend accessories, these brands recognize the importance of funding and building awareness for mental health concerns of all kinds.
The hidden burden of major depression and anxiety nearly got the best of K-DEER founder, Kristine Molly Deer, that is until she found the strength to get help and take back her mental wellness. The Molly Stripe is a #conversationstarter — bringing awareness and empathy to the struggles of mental illness. For each sale of the Molly Stripe, 5% of e-commerce proceeds goes directly to support Bring Change to Mind.
PYM, co-founded by Zak Williams, was created to support feelings of stress, anxiety, and overwhelm with all-natural, safe, and effective. PYM’s mood chews were inspired by Zak’s own journey with anxiety. 1% of all sales benefit BC2M.
Wellness practices are fundamental to BC2M’s work; that’s why we’re partnering with sundays, a non-toxic, nail care brand focused on wellness, based in NYC. sundays will donate a portion of the proceeds to BC2M for every sundays referral.
Partners OVer the years
The Kevin Love Fund