Spring 2021 Grant Recipients

This grant cycle, the ABMF Board of Directors invited a limited number of new and previously awarded organizations to apply for grants in three categories, including the newly created Asian American/ Pacific Islander Community Support grant. 


The four grant awardees for A Beautiful Mind Foundation's Spring 2021 grant cycle are based in cities across the country, from San Francisco to Washington DC. Grants were awarded in the Asian American/Pacific Islander Community Support and Educate, Enlighten, and Empower categories, which support groups that provide culturally competent mental health programs in communities of color. Grant amounts for the Spring 2021 cycle totaled $8,400. Read about how each grant recipient will use the ABMF grant award to positively impact the mental wellbeing of  people of color.


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AAPI Community Support

Washington DC: The mission of A/PI DVRP is to address, prevent, and end domestic violence and sexual assault in Asian/Pacific Islander communities while empowering survivors to rebuild their lives after abuse. This organization will use ABMF's grant to continue its earlier work to provide online art therapy programs for domestic violence survivors using an originally designed adult coloring book with text in English, Chinese, Japanese, Urdu, and Vietnamese.


Educate, Enlighten, and Empower

Chicago, IL: Centro Sanar is dedicated to building a city where all individuals, regardless of insurance, socioeconomic, and immigration statuses, have access to services that accompany them in their journey to heal and thrive. Centro Sanar provides an array of free mental health services in Latinx neighborhoods on the southwest side of Chicago including individual, couples, family and group services. The ABMF grant will support a free-of-cost dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) skills group in Spanish.


Educate, Enlighten, and Empower

San Francisco, CA: For over 50 years, Huckleberry Youth Programs has worked to strengthen families and empower young people with free services that promote safety in times of crisis, physical and emotional health and well-being, social justice in communities facing inequality, and educational success. This organization will use the ABMF grant Huckleberry Counseling Services, which are embedded in all their programming. Huckleberry uses a social justice lens to provide young people, ages 11-25, and their families with bilingual (English, Spanish), culturally relevant, trauma-informed mental and behavioral health services. 

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Educate, Enlighten, and Empower

Nationwide: Unmute focuses on helping marginalized communities unmute about their mental health and match to the right therapist. This organization will use the ABMF grant to expand Unmute's provider network of therapists and grow their team of Therabuddies (therapy buddies) who work one-on-one with people to help them find the right therapists based on their personal and cultural needs.