Category: Education

diverse youth

The Profound Power of Trauma-Informed Care for Youth in the Justice System

Every day, more than 48,000 youth in the United States are placed in out-of-home facilities due to their involvement in the juvenile justice or criminal justice system.  Believe in Me understands the challenges marginalized youth face in today’s complex world, notably those entangled in the justice system. However, we firmly believe these young individuals are

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Bridging the Opportunity Divide: Empowering Kids in Rural Areas

In the vast tapestry of humanity, every child deserves to thrive. In this blog, we will delve into the challenges faced by marginalized youth in rural areas, highlighting the impact of marginalization on their well-being, self-esteem, education, and prospects. Together, we will explore how Believe in Me addresses these challenges, creating opportunities for success and

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investing in community schools

Believe in Me Awards $15,250 to Communities in Schools/Spokane

Investing in Communities in Schools to Help Struggling Students Succeed  As donors, there can be no better investment than investing in our future generations. Education is the foundation of all progress, and students must have access to resources and support to help them succeed. Too often, we see students struggling in a system not designed

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2023 WSU Business Plan Competition

Believe in Me: Investing in Innovative Ideas at WSU’s 2023 Business Plan Competition

Innovative business software solutions and mobile app technology for social good took center stage at Washington State University’s 20th annual Business Plan Competition, held on Thursday, April 27. As a proud sponsor, Believe in Me witnessed the collective themes presented by talented participants, showcasing their entrepreneurial spirit and passion for making a positive impact. Innovative

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