Humanity Rising Partners

Humanity Rising helps elevate the good work of other service-based organizations.

If you are a service organization and would like to be featured on our site to create awareness of your mission and drive student volunteers to your cause/organization, please complete our Contact Form. We will vet your organization and get back to you soon regarding next steps.

All Stars Project of Chicago

“This is the perfect time for Humanity Rising and their culture of kindness.  The All Stars Project of Chicago is proud to be a part of the Humanity Rising movement to grow and develop young leaders in our society.  It’s great to see caring adults support the efforts of young people to change the world.”
– David Cherry, Executive Director, All Stars Project, Chicago

Working in neighborhoods that have been hit the hardest by violence — the South and West Sides — the All Stars Project of Chicago has touched the lives of over 35,000 young people since 2007. The business and philanthropic communities have stepped up with All Stars to address the city’s tough issues, and are expanding the All Stars Talent Show Network and the Development School for Youth at record speed. Off the success of our growth in Chicago, in 2016 All Stars launched an expansion campaign to establish a Center for Afterschool Development in the heart of downtown. ASP of Chicago Executive Director is Julie Lenner and City Leader is David Cherry.

Stand for the Silent

Kirk Smalley, of the anti-bullying nonprofit Stand for the Silent, is a Humanity Rising partner.

Breakthrough Ministries

“I would encourage every nonprofit organization to be a part of Humanity Rising.”
— Arloa Sutter, Executive Director, Breakthrough Ministries

Our partners

  • Stand for the Silent
  • The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Breakthrough Urban Ministries
  • The All Stars Project
  • Humanity Rising SCHAUMBURG