As a guide to our members, one of our most valued assets is our wonderful partners. Below, we've listed a couple refugee organizations who support the SavePassions mission. Through our site, we can direct you to a representative within each organization.
Amala has developed the first international high school curriculum for young people who are displaced. They also offer Changemaker Courses in areas such as Peace-building, Ethical Leadership, and Social Entrepreneurship
College Essay Guy is where students, parents, and counselors find smart, practical guidance for the college admission journey. In addition, their Matchlighters Scholars Program pairs high-achieving students from low-income households with experienced college counselors – and it's totally free.
Rise is a program that finds brilliant people who need opportunity and supports them as they work to serve others for life. The program starts at ages 15–17 and offers benefits including scholarships, mentorship, access to career development opportunities, funding, and more as Global Winners work toward solving humanity’s most pressing problems.
The Foundation’s mandate is to protect and empower vulnerable children and their families in vulnerable situations across the world. Since then, TBHF has provided health, education and emergency aid services – among others – to almost 4 million people in need more than 25 countries.
Ms. Laura Kaub has nearly 15 years of experience in helping young African leaders gain access to and succeed in tertiary education in the United States and around the world. Currently, she advises the Abaarso School of Science and Technology in Hargeisa, Somaliland, and is also working with Duolingo and UNHCR to design and implement a pilot access program that will help 25 refugee students pursue tertiary education at universities around the world.