The success of Face It depends on strong community partners.
Our community partners help Face It to provide powerful, free services to men struggling with depression. We are deeply grateful for our partners’ generous and ongoing support.
Is your organization interested in partnering with Face It? Let’s talk. Call us at (651) 200-4297 or send a message.
The O’Gara Family Foundation
This dedicated family has helped Face It to ensure that every single service it offers is free of charge. Their donations help fund our annual retreats, monthly outings and ongoing operational expenses of the organization. The O’Gara Family Foundation has been critical in our efforts. Without their support, Face It would not the organization it is today.
The St. Paul Foundation – The Katherine B. Andersen Fund
The Katherine B. Andersen Fund has provided Face It with a matching grant that’s tied to new and increased donors over the previous year. The support from this group has been critical in helping Face It build its donor base.
The Charles E. Kubly Foundation
With the support of the Charles E. Kubly Foundation, Face It has provided in-person educational webinars and developed online depression treatment tools for men. It’s also enabled the creation of professional continuing education courses for mental health professionals who work with men who have depression. Thanks to the Kubly Foundation, Face It has been able to directly touch the lives of thousands of people working to help men with depression.
The Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation
Critical to the work of the Face It Foundation is the development and expansion of our peer support network. Thanks to the generosity of the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation, Face It has improved its process for recruiting and training peer volunteers, and increased the number of volunteers. Their support has allowed Face It to increase the number of peer support hours it can offer.
The Butzow Family Foundation
The Butzow Family Foundation was a vital partner in helping to shape an online depression tool we developed called Connector Plus. It was an important, tangible support option we offered for a few years, but it is no longer active.
The C.H. Robinson Foundation
C.H. Robinson has helped Face It to increase the number of men who can help other men. They have also ensured that Face It retreats are free and full of healing and helpful content. Through a series of educational videos, Face It has also worked with C.H. Robinson to raise awareness about the impact of depression in men in the workplace and wider community.
The Masons of Minnesota
With the support of the Mason community throughout Minnesota, including the Grand Lodge of Minnesota and the Minnesota Masonic Charities, Face It has been able to provide educational forums for hundreds of Minnesotans about depression in men. Their support has also allowed Face It to offer free one-on-one and group support for men with depression. The support of the Masons can be directly tied to the increase in the number of men Face It has helped over the years.
St. Minnesomeplace – Minnesota Parrotheads
What do Jimmy Buffet and men with depression have in common? Both have an incredible group of individuals who “party with a purpose” to help local charities. Thanks to the work of this kind group, Face It delivers its monthly breakfast and its “day away” activities free of charge to men who struggle with depression.
Become a Face It Partner
Ready to talk about how your charitable organization can make an impact at Face It? Contact us online or pick up the phone: (651) 200-4297.