From Breast Cancer To Developmental Disabilities To Employment For Formerly Incarcerated People, CLOZTALK Nonprofit Partners Are In The News! The Pink Fund, Aspire, And Anti-Recidivism Coalition

Photo of top of chest and head of woman for The Pink Fund "Eyes Up Here" campaign

LA WEEKLY magazine featured THE PINK FUND and its “Eyes Up Here” campaign to help breast cancer patients. Across the country, The Pink Fund provides non-medical financial support for breast cancer patients in active treatment to help meet basic needs, decrease stress levels, and allow patients and their families to focus on healing while improving survivorship outcomes.


Two women from Aspire nonprofit on set of ABC's Good Morning America with host

The mission of Illinois-based ASPIRE is to support the successes of children and adults with developmental disabilities, strengthen their families, and build embracing communities. Two Aspire team members recently visited ABC’S GOOD MORNING AMERICA to discuss inclusion and how the nonprofit helped make Disney’s “The Lion King” musical to be more accessible for everyone.


Man from Anti-Recidivism Coalition looking to side in front of production monitor

Los Angeles-based ANTI-RECIDIVISM COALITION empowers formerly and currently incarcerated people to thrive by providing a support network, comprehensive reentry services, and opportunities to advocate for policy change. DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD shows how ARC is teaming up with Universal to help formerly incarcerated people earn Hollywood careers.

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