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Support the work of the Foundation and become an official Partner of the Social Publishers Foundation. The mission of the Social Publishers Foundation is to strengthen global capacity for mobilizing knowledge produced by practitioners to enhance social progress and individual wellbeing. The specific purpose of the Foundation is to provide support for practitioner-research projects for improved individual and social wellbeing within communities and to disseminate completed projects around the world. The Foundation is committed to establishing a global non-profit, open source network of practitioner-researchers engaged with sustainable and just social and human development in a variety of critical domains involving professional practices and citizen involvement. The domains include education, social work and social services, wellness and healthcare, and community-based participatory initiatives. Contributions help support the Foundation's programs, such as funding for start-up grants and travel-grants and the Knowledge Ambassador Program. Official Partners are acknowledged on our website and in our publications.

Social Publishers Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible.

Founding Partners

Kevin Crehan, Nevada, USA;  Lonnie Rowell, California, USA;  Eunsook Hong, Nevada, USA;  Fabiola Bagula, California, USA;  Candace Kaye, New Mexico, USA;  Margaret Riel, California, USA;  Ann Trescott, California, USA;  Ron Breen, California, USA; Kathleen Bergquist, Nevada, USA


Other Partners

Joy Salmon and Tom Kilmer, Nevada, USA;  Susie and Tom Miller, Nevada, USA;  John Peters, Tennessee, USA;  J. W. Kessels, Rotterdam, Netherlands;  Andrés Martin, California, USA;  Frank Cornelissen, Rotterdam, Netherlands;  Marieke Cornelissen-Van den Bosse, Rotterdam, Netherlands;  Carol Clarke, California, USA;  Tom Lide, Jamaica;  Kelly O’Neill, Nevada, USA;  Debra Drake, Nevada, USA;  Ian Sandler, Victoria, Canada;  Kim Dorroh, California, USA;  Gina DeLapa, California, USA;  Emily and Nic Maestas, California, USA;  Peggy Heatherington, California, USA;  Elaine Cofrancesco, California, USA;  Aneesha Awrey, California, USA;  David Mayhew, Nevada, USA;  Loretta Whitson, California, USA;  Ed Levi, Arkansas, USA;  Carol Council, California, USA;  Ed DeRoche, California, USA;  Perla Rivas, California, USA;  Gregory Shelby, California, USA;  Sharon Moore, California, USA;  Sarah Smitter, California, USA;  Shelley Barajas, California, USA;  Clarence and Sharon Johnson, California, USA;  Shelley Boniwell, California, USA;  Lauren Whitfield, California, USA;  Susan Allain, California, USA;  Sylvia Speed, Nevada, USA;  Joseph Shosh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Elspeth and Charles Whitney, Nevada, USA;  Marilyn McKinney, Nevada, USA;  Young-Hee Choi, Oberursel, Germany;  Ji-Mei Chang, California, USA;  Mary McAteer, Lancashire, United Kingdom;  Rolla Lewis, Oregon, USA;  Kit-Hung Lee, Kowloon, Hong Kong;  Roni Nocon, California, USA; Kaz Stuart, Lancaster, UK; Elia Fernández-Díaz, Cantabria, Spain; Allan Feldman, Florida, USA; Sara Garcia, California, USA