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Aha! Attitude. Harmony. Achievement.

AHA! believes in a world where every teen can feel safe, seen, and emotionally connected. We equip teenagers and educators with social and emotional intelligence to dismantle apathy, prevent despair, and interrupt hate-based behavior. By inspiring teens and adults to joyfully lead with courage and kindness, AHA! transforms schools and communities into welcoming, nourishing, expressive, and inclusive spaces where youth and adults work together for the highest good.

Hip Hop Summit Youth Council


Night Ministry

The Night Ministry was created out of diverse religious traditions to build relationships with vulnerable youth and adults on the nighttime streets. Today, we build relationships in a variety of settings. Through these relationships and the provision of housing, health, outreach, spiritual, and social services, we seek to empower people of all ages to meet their own needs. Recognizing the uniqueness, dignity, and value of each person, we accept individuals as they are, in an affirming and compassionate manner. We call the larger community to the same mission. Since 1976, The Night Ministry, a non-profit, non-denominational social service organization has served people at difficult crossroads in their lives. We work to build relationships with youth and adults we serve - regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identification or social status. We offer concrete services in compassionate, accepting environments. Through our two programs, Outreach & Health, and Youth Services, we provide basic resources, free healthcare, housing and supportive services for youth, referrals to other resources, and more. We do not proselytize, evangelize or espose any particular faith tradition. Our ministry is one of serving. The Night Ministry serves homeless and runaway youth, working poor adults, uninsured and underinsured individuals seeking medical assistance and others Staff and volunteers work to build non-judgmental relationships aimed at empowering individuals to meet their own needs. We try to help those we serve find and use their own strengths and resources.

Homeboy Industries

Homeboy Industries provides hope, training, and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women, allowing them to redirect their lives and become contributing members of our community. Homeboy Industries is a beacon of hope and opportunity for those seeking to leave gang life, for whom the barriers and challenges are great, and for whom there is virtually no other avenue to enter mainstream society.

Impact Stories
Boys & Girls Clubs of America (National Office)

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Humane Society Silicon Valley

To save lives, keep families together, and create a better future for pets and their people.


Acts Of Kindness Group Created In Response To The Tremendous Kindness That Sustained So Many Families In The Months And Years Following September 11, 2001.

Young Life

Young Life's mission is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith.

A Place Called Home

A Place Called Home is a safe haven in South Central Los Angeles where underserved youth are empowered to take ownership of the quality and direction of their lives through programs in education, arts, and well-being; and are inspired to make a meaningful difference in their community and the world.

Treehouse Fund

Treehouse gives foster children a childhood and a future.


Ryther provides exceptional therapeutic services to young people who are struggling emotionally and behaviorally so they may find a path to healing and hope. Each year, Ryther heals and gives hope to over 2000 young people and their families in western Washington who struggle with mental illness, trauma, substance use, and autism, through a variety of therapeutic services, including inpatient care, and partnerships with community organizations.

Beyond Differences

To inspire students at middle and high schools nationwide to end social isolation and to create a culture of belonging for everyone. We are a student-led social justice movement and a source of professional development for educators for Inclusion based on Social Emotional Learning evidence-based methods.Beyond Differences is the nation’s leader on social isolation among middle school youth. Since it’s founding in 2010, more than 8600 schools across the country have used Beyond Differences programs and 550,000 students have been impacted.