AHA Attitude Harmony Achievement

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AHA Attitude Harmony Achievement "transforms schools and communities into welcoming, nourishing, expressive, and inclusive spaces where youth and adults work together for the highest good."[1]

AHA Attitude Harmony Achievement was founded by Jennifer Freed, Executive Director, and Rendy Freedman, MFT, Co-Founder, Education and Clinical Director.[2]

Recipient of Open Society Funding

AHA Attitude Harmony Achievement was awarded $75,000 over one year to "expand its Peace Builders program from high schools into junior high schools in Santa Barbara."

Communities Against Hate

Open Society Foundation's Communities Against Hate initiative "supports organizations that are grappling with the spike in hate incidents in the United States over the last several months" as explained by a white paper dated June 22 2017.[3]

It continues:

"Our local grants, which range from $15,000 to $150,000, aim to support, protect, and empower those who are targets of hateful acts and rhetoric, and to bolster communities’ resilience and ability to prevent such incidents from occurring in the future. We are making grants on a rolling basis, and there are a few more in process. A complete list will be published on the Open Society Foundations website when all of the grants have been issued."

External links

References

  1. http://ahasb.org/staff/ Staff, accessed July 30 2017
  2. http://ahasb.org/staff/ Staff, accessed July 30 2017
  3. https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/sites/default/files/communities-against-hate-front-line-organizations-20170313.pdf Communities Against Hate: Front-Line Organizations, accessed July 23 2017