Global Partners

Creating a better world for our planet, children and ancient cultures – together.

Global Partners

Creating a better world for our planet, children and ancient cultures – together.

Global Partners

Creating a better world for our planet, children and ancient cultures – together.

For the planet.

YOUTHTOPIA is a community centric platform with learning at its core. YOUTHTOPIA will be the global number one “go-to” HQ for young changemakers.

YOUTHTOPIA provides space that brings young people together, ignites their passions and grows their skills to become active changemakers. This will be done by creating short & meaningful peer to peer programs guided by the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

These programs are made by the frontline young changemakers for the rising young change maker.

For youth by youth.

For the children.

The mission at HRF has evolved from the simple notion of providing youth with a fun camp experience to improving young lives and creating a positive impact across South LA.

HRF invests in students, their families, their schools and their communities. Bringing youth and parents from Watts and Compton out for a safe, nurturing, and enriching experience at no cost to them, and use that experience to foster positive discourse, provide tools for reflection, and help young men and women set goals to rewrite the future of their school and their community.

For ancient cultures.

Tribees has partnered with the Euahlayi Nation to help test a new Tribees application designed to save endangered languages around the world.

A language is lost every 14 days!

Tribees cultural advisor is Michael Anderson (Nyoongar Ghurradjong Murri Ghillar) 

Michael Anderson (Nyoongar Ghurradjong Murri Ghillar) is an Aboriginal rights activist, leader of the Euahlayi tribe of 3,000 people living in north-western New South Wales, and Native Title claimant to their traditional lands on their behalf.

We want to preserve
endangered languages around the world.

Why is saving languages so important?


As many as half of the world’s 7,000 languages are expected to be extinct by the end of this century; it is estimated that one language dies out every 14 days.

Living languages mean a better future for our kids.

Kids who speak a heritage language score higher on tests than their monolingual peers.

Keeping languages alive keeps people alive too.

In Canada, indigeneous kids are six times less likely to commit suicide if their heritage language thrives.

Languages build our kids’ self-esteem.

When taught a heritage language, children are less anxious, more confident, and more focused.

Language revival prompts academic success.

In New Zealand, indegenious students are 60% more likely to graduate if they attend a Maori-language school.

This is why Tribees wants to save endangered languages all around the world, by creating community driven language vaults.

These language vault albums serve as repositories of cultural knowledge. Hosting a vast library of information about plants, animals, food and stories in the given language.