Kemba Smith Foundation partners with several organizations across the country to accomplish our mission including:

The PEN OR PENCIL™ Movement is a dropout reduction, mentoring, crime prevention and service learning program administered by the National Alliance of Faith and Justice.

National Alliance of Faith and Justice (NAFJ) is a nonprofit association of criminal justice professionals and community leaders, whose mission is to promote the value of the inclusion of faith in addressing prevention, consequences, and resolutions of crime with emphasis upon the most culpable and vulnerable issues and stakeholders.

Kiamsha‘s mission is to use history, peer and intergenerational interaction to empower youth to abstain from sex, drugs, violence and prejudice.

Alive & Free is a life-changing program that helps young people in the Bay Area and around the world. Every young person has the potential to succeed. Sadly, violence – which spreads like a disease in our communities – locks up that potential and leaves young people incarcerated and, in many cases, dead.

Alive & Free is the prescription that puts an end to this violence. Young people who have learned the Alive & Free prescription have a new set of life skills to make choices that help them go to college, succeed in life, and give back to their communities.

Serving All Vessels Equally, Inc., (SAVE) is a not for profit community-based organization whose mission is to develop and promote programs and initiatives that:

  1. reduce youth and gang-related violence
  2. empower parents of youth involved in disruptive and violent behavior with tools to guide them toward a more productive path
  3. connect clergy leaders with youth in one-to-one relationships
  4. get truant youth off the street and back into the classroom or into the workplace