The Full Frame Initiative works nationally to change systems so that people and communities facing poverty, violence and trauma have access to the tools, supports and resources they need to thrive.
We're helping youth in Missouri's juvenile justice system change their trajectories, survivors of violence in California influence how programs and policy makers define "success," domestic violence organizations from around the country reach survivors who face multiple challenges, and Boston-based nonprofits demonstrate the power of working with people as people, not treating people as problems.
We are a social change nonprofit--not a consulting firm--because we go where our training, coaching and public policy work can add real value and build on existing energy and efforts. We partner with large state agencies, small community-based organizations, and people committed to change. We pick our partners based on their commitment to people and families facing multiple challenges, their belief that all communities have assets to build on, and their passion and stamina for change.
The greatest change agents aren’t always the organizations and agencies that can cover our costs.
That’s where you come in.
On Giving Tuesday, help ensure that FFI continues to partner for lasting impact.
$10,000 will support FFI's work to bring training and support to a group bridging the gap between child welfare and juvenile justice, and to help allies in Massachusetts respond better to families facing domestic and sexual violence and homelessness.