New Partners


America’s Promise Welcomes Five New Partners

Five new organizations have joined America’s Promise Alliance as national partners, representing efforts in law and advocacy, child welfare, web-based learning, and social isolation. Find more information on their goals, missions, and efforts below.
Juvenile Law Center is the oldest JLCnonprofit, public interest law firm for children in the country. Juvenile Law Center uses an array of legal strategies and legislative advocacy to promote fairness, prevent harm, ensure access to appropriate services, and create opportunities for success for youth in the foster care and juvenile justice systems.
Foster America imagines a differentFoster America future for child welfare—one in which the nation's brightest minds and greatest talents devote themselves to transforming life outcomes for children who are orphaned, abused, or neglected. At the heart of their work is a fellowship program that attracts talented professionals from a variety of sectors—business, tech, health, and education—and leverages their diverse skills to tackle the child welfare system's most pressing challenges.
Brightways Learning fills educational Brightgaps by providing web-based tools and personalized attention to k-12 students, especially in rural and remote settings. The organization helps students succeed academically, amplify their strengths, and become valued, productive members of their community. Brightways Learning's impact is realized by providing unique learning environments and innovative technology solutions to improve learning and achievement.
I Pour Life is a nonprofit focused on developing people in combatting social isolation that is founded on the belief that anyone can thrive. Their 12-month LifeStrengthsI pour ife program helps meet the individual needs of marginalized and at-risk youth by pairing participants with an on-staff LifeCoach, while their intervention/prevention and empowerment LiveGold program works to reach young people in the Central American public school system.
Owens Software’s Pathevo wants to connect individuals worldwide with the tools and resources that enable them to transition successfully from high schoopathevol into rewarding post-secondary opportunities. They believe in enabling individuals, regardless of location, to find pathways and resources to continuously meet their education and career goals.

What does it take to become a national partner?

National partners share the belief that youth and children are our nation’s top priority. Organizations that join the Alliance come from many fields and sectors, such as nonprofits, foundations, institutions, corporations, associations, faith-based groups, and more. They are committed to working collaboratively to ensure all children have all Five Promises.