Mindset Matters:
Change your Mindset. Change your Life. Change the World.

Our Goal: Reach 1 Million Kids by 2019

Vision 6500

6500+ Kids helped so far

Goal: 1,000,000 Kids

Your gift to Mindset Matters helps us provide student leadership curriculum to schools who could not normally afford it to offer all kids, regardless of their gender, ethnicity or social status the opportunity to practice leadership, gain confidence to reach their potential and be prepared to live safely when moving away from home for the first time.

  • “This is the best thing we have ever taught in advisory!”
    High School Teacher
  • “We’re already seeing shifts in behavior from children who were never leaders. In the hallways we hear discussions about these tenets from our students. We started the program hoping to see a culture shift at our school, and we believe this program sparked one!”
    Middle School Teacher
  • "Mindset Matters is a program that simply and completely explains the connection between our youth and the leadership principles that have guided our country since it’s inception. When you go through the curriculum it is impossible to not be changed for the better. Kids will “get it” when you begin to relate their everyday experiences to the mirror that is Mindset Matters."
    Middle School Teacher
  • “Every parent talks about safety with their children, but the credibility of this programs’ innovators and the unique content ensures peace of mind in a way that our informal conversations together could not. Glad to have Mindset Matters at our school.”
    Parent of Three Mindset Matters Students
  • “I feel more confident and prepared in almost any situation that could possibly become dangerous. Before the [Real World Safety] program, I probably would have stayed silent and done nothing.”
    Female High School Student
  • “Our son wasn’t someone who talked about goals or what he wanted to be when he grows up. We noticed a change once he started the Mindset Program. He now discusses leadership with us and plans to serve his country.”
    Middle School Parent