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Out Of Tragedy - Hope

The Uvalde Foundation for Kids is a nationally registered, 501c(3) non-profit charity organization, dedicated to changing the cultural trajectory of violence impacting our nation's schools, students & school communities. From nonviolence education programs, to bullying prevention & safety training, to school crisis response & independent school safety reviews - The Uvalde Foundation For Kids works tirelessly to end school violence & give our students a chance at the education & future's they so deserve.

Originally formed in response to the Uvalde, Texas mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in May 2022, The Uvalde Foundation For Kids is solely dedicated to ending school violence in all its manifested forms; through a variety of programs and services, including:

- Volunteer school patrol teams
- School Crisis Response Teams/Professional,  Peer Mental Health Support Network & School Crisis Chaplaincy Services 
- Student & School Advocacy 
- Independent School Safety Investigations
- Student & School anti-violence training to teach students & staf how to prevent and respond to violence with a focus on behavior modification, situational awareness using our "Recognize - Intervene & Prevent," model
- A performing arts program to provide students with a positive outlet for their emotions & a creative outlet to spread the mission of nonviolence in schools
- An anti-bullying program to help create a more inclusive and respectful school environment
- A motivational speaker network & student Ambassador program to bring positive role models into schools
- An internet watchdog group to help prevent & report cyberbullying & online school threats 24 hours per day
- Scholarships & National Recognition for students, teachers & schools who have been affected by violence & those who serve as exceptional leaders in ending school violence
- Emergency aid grants for schools, students/families and school communities that have been directly affected by school/student related violence

The Uvalde Foundation For Kids NEVER requests or solicits fees or donations in exchange for ANY of our services or as a prerequisite to receive services.

Unlike most national nonprofits - NO officer, board member, team/program associate or service provider partnering with the foundation, receives a salary or reimbursement for their service to the foundation's efforts nationally. Outside of the work within the foundation, we are teachers, mental health professionals, police officers, city leaders and restaurant workers. We are mothers & fathers, brothers, sisters, family, friends & community members - ALL DEDICATED TO OUR NATION'S  STUDENTS!

Uvalde Foundation For Kids is funded through private grants, philanthropy & fundraisers as allowed by law. All DONATIONS to The Uvalde Foundation For Kids are TAX DEDUCTABLE.

The Uvalde Foundation for Kids is dedicated to ending the national cycle of responding to incidents of school/student violence rather than implementing multi-level, collaborative, sustainable programming which prevents violence in the first place.

As a part of our 2023/2024 school year national relaunch; the foundation is further empowered by our move to a newly revisioned, more effective work environment; designed specifically around a healthy menagerie of strategic meetings and national team collaborative efforts, as well as the flexibility and cost effective option of working from smaller chapter offices; overseen by area directors, in the cities and school communities we work in across the country.

In our first year of operations we were honored to be headquartered out of Dallas, Texas with smaller chapters operating our services located throughout the nation. For the 2023/2024 school year, the foundation is moving completely away from the idea of a ‘headquarters’ to a fully mobile and agile workforce that intentionally structured to build strong relationships amongst the schools communities we serve; while even more effectively collaborate our resources and programming with local communities.

The Uvalde Foundation For Kids observes that there exists a national culture of violence tragically impacting our classrooms & students; which must be addressed on many levels; if our students lives & future's are to be saved.

The Uvalde Foundation For Kids is doing so; developing in its 2nd year of operations; and has already made a significant impact in the fight against school violence; including partnering with schools and communities across the nation to provide programs and services to safeguard and enrich the lives of students across the nation.

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