For those who serve time in prison, the work of rejoining society doesn’t end upon release — if anything, it’s just begun. Hope for Prisoners helps people exiting prison through all stages of reintegration.
Stand Together Foundation committed $1 million to help fund LHNL’s seven initiatives, including a week-long effort bringing together faith communities in and around L.A. and mobilizing tens of thousands of people for a series of volunteer events.
After five years helping individuals restore their lives from rock bottom, The Other Side Academy shares its best practices for accountability with law enforcement officials in Salt Lake City.
The COVID Commission Planning Group, a nonpartisan project of which Stand Together is a part, will focus on understanding societal fault lines exposed by the pandemic and preserving the lessons of the COVID-19 crisis.
From police misconduct to overstretched, under-resourced police departments, it’s clear that the status quo of policing needs to change. The way in which fines, fees, and forfeitures are enforced often disproportionately affect people of color and can create a vicious cycle of incarceration and poverty, escalating tension between police and the communities they’re sworn to […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every aspect of our lives. Stand Together is doing all we can to promote individual and community healing through the institutions of government, business, education, and communities.
A lot of work remains to be done when it comes to policing reform, but state-level policy changes supported by the Stand Together community organization Americans for Prosperity are already making an impact.
The feature celebrates Stand Together’s work to address some of the nation’s biggest challenges and why CEO Brian Hooks was named to the 2021 TIME100 Next list.
Café Momentum founder Chad Houser and Stand Together Foundation executive director Evan Feinberg were featured on NBC 5’s Community Conversations to discuss the expansion of the Dallas-based nonprofit into Nashville and Pittsburgh.
The challenges of this past year have made one thing clear: The status quo of policing needs to change. Our vision is to unite with communities and law enforcement to make policing work for everyone.
West Tenth believes that home-based businesses may become the professional path forward for millions of women. Stand Together Ventures Lab is investing in the digital platform to help lower barriers to entrepreneurship for women.
Stand Together joined other major national organizations as founding partners of the new Second Chance Business Coalition (SCBC), an effort committed to expanding hiring and advancement practices for people with criminal records.