We're proud of our achievements
To date we've,
. authored an over 600 page working draft of our book
. brought together a team of talented & esteemed contributors & consultants
. mapped curriculum templates for grades 4 through 12
. built a library of footage of young people's stories
. connected with partner organizations
. been accepted by Creative Visions under their charitable, non-profit, 501c umbrella
. crafted & launched our website, AllMannerOfThings.org where we offer,
. precise & relevant data & content
. excerpts from our book
. a photographic language informing our brand
. unique artwork that makes sensitive topics accessible
And we're thrilled about where we're going
Funds help us,
. refine our information, & add key perspectives & sections to our book
. establish our brand
. launch a platform where young people can ask about & share their experiences
. build on & produce our library of conversations with adolescents
. work with curriculum producers
. develop & launch promotional materials
. broaden our partnerships
. & bring All Manner of Things into the hands of people eager to usher us into the world
Please help us introduce new, transformative tools & perspectives to as many young people as possible.
All donations are 100% tax deductible.
Donate online using the button below, or checks can be made out to Creative Visions, attention Grace Breuer, 18820 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 201, Malibu, CA 90265,
with ALL MANNER OF THINGS in the memo line.
For transfers from outside of the US, please contact us for details.
ALL MANNER OF THINGS is proud to be fiscally sponsored by Creative Visions Foundation (CVF).
CVF is a publicly supported 501c3, which supports Creative Activists who use the power of media and the arts
to affect positive change in the world.
Thank you to everyone who supports us, and to those who are inspired to be part of the vision. If you'd like more information or materials, we'd love to hear from you.
In times of great challenge we're privileged to have the opportunity to be instigators of great change John Lewis