Partner Programs

GalPatch aims to help young girls feel empowered and confident, but what about other populations in need? That is exactly why we partner with other organizations that share our vision of making the people in our community stronger.

Tourch is a program that prepares High School students for their future success in College and Workforce. Our program is free to youth in exchange for their persistency and dedication. There are no Academic requirements to enter the Tourch program.

Workforce/College Prep

Workforce Prep

Tourch understands that doing the job is the easiest part when employed. Majority of issues have the underlying seed of bad communication. We not only provide job training, resume building and professional attire, but we also teach work/communication Etiquette. Working as a youth invests discipline, people skills and money management. 

College Prep

Our College prep prepares students for their future college coursework, while still attending high school. The mix of traditional high school courses, combined with higher academic standards, is designed to establish a solid foundation for youth as they get ready for their future college careers. We provide Free HBCU college tours and scholarships.

College Prep

We offer minority-owned companies free hours in exchange for workforce training. 

"To shine a light on the hurting community by connecting and providing resources to those in need"

You Matter Too is a minority-owned, woman-owned nonprofit organization mainly focused on helping children who are victims of bullying in the public schools of Maricopa County. We do this by invading elementary and middle schools in Maricopa County, identifying the bullied and the bullies through our unique resources, and intentionally providing customized interventions, with a focus on long-term, sustainable results. What makes our organization different is that we are able provide individualized programming and mentorships in addition to a school’s current bullying curriculum, and we can easily adapt to the needs of each particular school through relationships and collaborations.

"Meeting the needs of our community"

Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) is a network of comprehensive employment training programs across the nation. The first OIC was founded in Philadelphia in 1964. From its beginnings in an abandoned jailhouse, OIC has grown into an organization which serves disadvantaged and under-skilled Americans of all races. OIC Affiliates are involved in a variety of programs which impact upon disadvantaged Americans, encompassing employment training, alternative education systems and economic development. With more than 50 years of helping others to help themselves OIC's have served over 4 million clients with a placement rate better than 75% in full-time positions.