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A country where everyone has a fair shot at wellbeing is a vision that’s bigger than any one person, organization, system or community. The only way to get there is by working in concert with others. Our partnerships bring mutual value, provide opportunities for shared discovery and learning, and show what’s possible when we see and do our work in ways that align with and tap into our universal drive for wellbeing.

Who are our partners

They’re big government systems and grassroots community groups and nonprofits. It’s less important to us what sector you’re in than if you’re a changemaker who shares our North Star.

FFI and our partners work together to advance structural change, shift mental models, and solve problems through a wellbeing orientation. Together, we and our partners bring deep knowledge, expertise, and commitment to make that North Star a reality.

The fundamental national transformation we and our partners seek will take time. But there are steps forward that must be taken now as our country wrestles with racism, oppression, COVID, and more. We are focused on targeted partnerships to address a specific issue or challenge.  If you have a pressing issue, are curious about how a focus on wellbeing could help, and want your work to be a part of a national movement, we’d love to talk.

Stories of Recent Partners

Partial list of current and past FFI Partners:

Ascentria Care Alliance (formerly Lutheran Social Services of New England)
Boston Medical Center/Boston Opportunity System
Center for Health Care Strategies
Full Frame National Domestic Violence Cohort
Greater Boston Full Frame Network
Healthspark (formerly North Penn Health Foundation)
Learning from What Goes Well (California Hmong Advocates Network, the Community Doula Project, and Peace Pros LA)
Massachusetts Departments of Children and Families, Housing and Community Development, Public Health, and Transitional Assistance
Missouri Children’s Division
Missouri Division of Youth Services
Residents of CA, MA, MO, PA who are proximate to the harms of systems
St. Louis City Family Court (22nd Circuit)
St. Louis County Family Court (21st Circuit)
Wellbeing Collaborative

Interested in partnering with FFI?

Let’s start the conversation.

Partner testimonial

Wellbeing is a game changer

Gladys Carrion, Former NYC Commissioner of Children’s Services, Sr. Fellow, Columbia Justice Lab, Co-Chair of Youth Correctional Leaders for Justice, explains why starting with wellbeing is a game changer for systems.


The system is rigged, and the solution isn’t just to create more programs for people harmed by these unfair systems. The solution is to reimagine these systems to make our country fairer and more equitable for everyone — which means ensuring that the places where we work, live, play and pray tap into people’s drive for wellbeing, instead of undermining wellbeing for some and enabling it for others.

That’s what we do.