iFred, a 501(c)3 organization, is working to teach hope. iFred has worked to shine a positive light on mental health and eliminate stigma through prevention, research and education and created a shift in society’s negative perception of the disease through positive imagery, rebranding, celebrity engagement, cause marketing campaigns, and establishing the sunflower and color yellow as the international symbols for hope. Learn more at www.ifred.org.
iFred has started a number of programs to activate hope around the world, Including:
Hopeful Minds®, recognized as an innovation by the World Bank, are free curriculums to equip students, teachers, and parents with the tools they need to define, learn, and grow Hopeful Minds. The Hopeful Minds curriculums and resources free for download at www.hopefulminds.org.
Hopeful Cities© is equipping cities around the world with the tools they need to create, maintain, and grow hope, citywide. Activate hope in your community with the free Hopeful Cities Playbook at www.hopefulcities.org.