See What Organizations We're Giving Back To

Loveland Foundation

The Loveland Foundation was established in 2018 by Rachel Cargle in response to her widely successful
birthday wish fundraiser, Therapy for Black Women and Girls. Her enthusiastic social media community raised
over $250,000, which made it possible for Loveland to provide over 600 hours of therapy sessions for free to its
first cohort of Black women and girls. Since then, The Loveland Foundation has provided over 150,000 hours
and counting in therapy nationwide.

Black Girl Advocate

Founded on Advocacy, the Black Girl Advocate brand is designed to support individuals who advocate for black girls and women and stand by black girls and women who are continuously making space and advocating for other oppressed people groups. 

​The founder, Shamaria Jordan, works closely with black girls in Minneapolis to provides them opportunities and relationships to help them grow into the women they desire to be. She mentors girls in the community, opening her home and life to them, in hopes to inspire them for their own lives.

Holding Space Foundation

Their mission is to provide resources and therapeutic spaces to aid Black women and girls in tending to their mental health.

The Holding Space Foundation was established in 2021 by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, founder of Therapy for Black Girls 501c3.