Partners are essential to the GGSC’s work and impact: They expand the reach of our resources, support our events and programs, and help audiences apply our work to their personal and professional lives. Learn about some of our core partners below.
These partners contribute content or ideas to the GGSC’s programs and resources, work with the GGSC on events, or run programs that the GGSC helps to support in various ways.
The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford University strives to create a community of scholars and researchers who will advance our knowledge of the human capacity for compassion and altruism.
A global hub for innovations in affective and contemplative neuroscience in addition to well-being across the lifespan, located at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and directed by Richard Davidson, Ph.D.
The Charter for Compassion is facilitated by the Compassionate Action Network International and seeks to create a more just world through forming partnerships and collaborating with other organizations that value compassion.
Founded in 2012 by Kristin Neff, Ph.D., and Christopher K. Germer, Ph.D., the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion is a place where people can learn about self-compassion, find out where to train in MSC, continue to practice MSC skills, and explore how to teach MSC to others.
GreatSchools is the leading national nonprofit empowering parents to unlock educational opportunities for their children. The platform provides school information and parenting resources to help millions of American families choose the right school, support learning at home, and guide their children to great futures.
Dr. Rick Hanson has spent decades gathering research, information, practices, and other resources to help people turn everyday experiences into a powerful sense of lasting well-being.
HopeLab works to harness the power and appeal of technology to improve human health and well-being. Their work now focuses on the research and development of new social technologies to promote human resilience and improve both psychological and biological health and well-being.
IPPA promotes the science of positive psychology; facilitates collaboration among researchers, teachers, students, and practitioners; and shares the findings of positive psychology with the broadest possible audience.
The Mind & Life Institute is a non-profit organization that seeks to understand the human mind and the benefits of contemplative practices through an integrated mode of knowing that combines first-person knowledge from contemplative traditions with methods and findings from contemporary scientific inquiry.
The focus of Roots of Empathy is to build capacity of the next generation for responsible citizenship and responsive parenting. In the short term, Roots of Empathy focuses on raising levels of empathy, resulting in more respectful and caring relationships and reduced levels of bullying and aggression.
Sounds True exists to inspire, support, and serve personal transformation and spiritual awakening.
These partners frequently repost our multimedia content on their platforms, extending our reach and influence.
BerkeleyWellness.com offers a positive, day-to-day approach to a long, healthful, active life. It includes both highly scientific and practical medicine—from the latest research and most advanced tests to reliable home remedies and common sense.
DailyGood leverages the Internet to promote positive and uplifting news around the world to more than 100,000 subscribers through daily and weekly newsletters.
The mission of Fulfillment Daily is to inspire readers with tools for a fulfilling life through science-backed news you can trust.
Goodnet connects people around the world with opportunities for doing good and empowers users to independently take positive action anytime, anywhere, and in any field of interest closest to their hearts.
Greater Good content regularly appears on international news platform HuffPost.
Mindful is an initiative that celebrates being mindful in all aspects of daily life through Mindful magazine, mindful.org, and social media. For those who want to be mindful and those interested in various forms of mindfulness practice, Mindful offers a broad range of personal stories, news, advice, and insights.
A Network for Grateful Living is a global organization offering online and community-based educational programs and practices which inspire and guide a commitment to grateful living, and catalyze the transformative power of personal and societal responsibility.
Spirituality & Health covers a broad range of topics under the umbrella of health and spirituality, which can include faith, Eastern philosophy, meditation, and mainstream religion; nutrition, wellness, yoga, and holistic medicine; creativity, the inner life, social justice, and issues of conscience; and public health, the human body, and the environment.
The Washington Post ‘s Inspired Life section shares stories of inspiration, help, and humor to improve your life and the lives of others “for a better you, a better community and a better world.”
YES! magazine reframes the biggest problems of our time in terms of their solutions. Online and in print, YES! outlines a path forward with in-depth analysis, tools for citizen engagement, and stories about real people working for a better world.
These partners help our education program turn the latest research into practical resources for kindness, connection, and resilience in schools. Learn more about our education partnerships here.
CASEL is at the forefront of a movement to create sustainable and systemic reforms in school districts across the nation. The Collaborating Districts Initiative is designed to develop districts’ capacities to plan, implement, and monitor systemic changes that will impact schools and classrooms in ways that enhance students’ social-emotional development and academic performance; and document lessons learned that can inform future efforts to support systemic SEL implementation in districts across the country.
The inspirED website provides social-emotional learning (SEL) activities, tools, and a five-step process designed by teens, educators, and SEL researchers and practitioners to empower students and educators to work together to create positive change in their schools and themselves.
MindUp is science-centric and evidence-based teaching curriculum and framework, with over 10 years of research conducted on the program’s efficacy. It drives positive behavior, improves learning and scholastic performance, and increases empathy, optimism, and compassion.
These partners help us spread the news about our parenting resources.
A Northwest resource for parents, with a magazine, online resources, and books.