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Consider making a donation that will impact the lives of "at risk" minority youth In Oakland, CA. Your valued contributions will go directly towards funding for much needed programs and events that focus on safety and healing for at risk youth and survivors of gun violence. *All monetary donations are tax deductible.* 

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Our friends in the community

Crystal Queen

Our friend and community partner Alex Monroe comes through with the latest and most fashionable (healing) crystal jewelry in town! She also hosts a monthly park feeding to help our under privileged community members. @crystal_healing101

Take Back Our Streets

The Johnson brothers aren't new to tragedy. They lost their eldest brother and two nephews' to gun violence and another nephew to cancer, but that doesn't stop them from making an impact on the lives of at risk youth. @tkbkourstreets

What's Your Dance

We met these guys last year canvassing the streets of East Oakland, looking for a place to set up their impromptu dance experiment...we danced, we laughed, most importantly, we connected as community.

Adamika Village

When a child is missing or murdered in the streets of Oakland, CA., Daryle Allums is on the scene! Daryle carries the pictures of every child homicide victim screaming "STOP KILLING OUR KIDS!" We are proud to call him our community partner, because it really does takes a village! @AdamikaVillage

Mothers Stand United

Wanda Johnson (mother of Oscar Grant), Brenda Grisham (mother of Christopher Jones), Founder-Jasmine Hardison, Jeralynn Brown-Bluford (mother of Allen Bluford, and Oneika Wilson (mother of Regginae Jeffries). All of these mothers have experienced losing a child to gun violence, either by the hands of the police or civilian. That has not stopped them from being a voice and taking a stance in the community.

M.A.S.K & Richmond Street Angels

Our community outreach doesn't stop in Oakland. We've built alliances with our neighbors in Richmond, CA. Charlene Harris (l) Director of M.A.S.K Healing Circles of Hope,aand Theresa Russell (r) Director of Richmond Street Angels. They are first responders to families of homicide victims and missing or run-away children.