In both urban and rural environments, students are confined emotionally, behaviorally, and spiritually. In some places, students never leave a 9-block radius or a 9-mile radius from their home. They don’t leave the familiar because they’re never given the opportunity. We want to change that. We want to broaden their vision and help them take bigger risks, think bigger thoughts, and pursue bigger goals. We want to enable them to become the best version of themselves.

Since our beginning in 2003, Growing Leaders has partnered with over 10,000 schools and organizations. Over the years, we’ve met leaders of schools and organizations who are eager to develop their students with social and emotional learning skills but simply don’t have the funds for such programs. We believe it’s critically important for students in underfunded schools to benefit from the same resources as students that are in more affluent schools.

That’s why we need your support.

Join the movement to empower the emerging generations in underfunded environments.

Increases in Self-

70% of students believe Growing Leaders’ Habitudes makes them a better person.

Increases in Student Engagement

70% of students believe learning leadership through Habitudes images helps them to stay focused.

Increases in Student Leadership

Nearly 70% of students believe Growing Leaders’ Habitudes helps them to be a better leader.

Increases in Decision-Making

More than 60% of students believe Growing Leaders’ Habitudes helps them to make better decisions.

Make Your Mark on the Lives of Students

Since 2013, Growing Leaders has been fortunate enough to grant schools and organizations from the world access to the innovative Habitudes curriculum. As a result, we’ve met some incredible faculty, staff, and students as well as heard some unforgettable stories.

That’s why we’ve put together a playlist of videos from some of those partners over the years highlighting their stories. Hear firsthand about their experiences with Habitudes and the impact it made on students not only in the classroom but in their lives.