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Did You Know You Can Wiggle Your Stress into Strength?

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Zapped? You're Not Alone

Burnout is a form of extreme physical and mental exhaustion which results from situations that are too much, for too long, without enough support. Last fall, there was actually a 221% spike in google searches for the term “signs of burnout.” So, if you're struggling with this, you're not alone. We created a free resource to help you understand why you might be feeling this way and what practical steps you can take to recharge.

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We've Expanded Our Programming!

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Kids

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Teens

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Caregivers

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Educators

 

Look for the Good Project, Inc. is a Small Nonprofit with a National Reach

We offer community-based healing for K - 6 school communities to undo unwilled and unwanted "aloneness." We specifically focus on three goals:

  • Supporting the development of emotionally attuned "sunshine" relationships between adults and children to promote healthy child development, and to buffer children from toxic stress
  • Teaching self-regulation strategies to build self-esteem in both children and adults, based off the latest therapeutic and SEL models
  • Creating an emotionally safe environment which increases gratitude, curiosity, and play, while also reducing stress

We've Already Improved Communities in 35 States

 
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We've Worked With Some Amazing Organizations and Individuals

For the last few years, we have been working closely with OPEN (The Online Physical Education Network), an organization that provides free, outcomes-based curriculum tools to 120,000+ physical education teachers. With an equity impact of more than 60 million students, OPEN has been helping us get our content out to children all over the country! In addition to this, we've partnered with Kinzoo, a free messaging app for kids, to provide free mental health programming within their platform. We would also like to thank the Jason Mraz Foundation for their support in 2020 as we developed our Wiggle Warrior® Training!

Our School Program Can Help Communities Heal

Tragedy struck shortly after students ran a Gratitude Campaign at Doolittle School. Learn how our program helped this community heal, and even inspired one student to step up to help her classmates.

Learn More About Our 10 Year History
 
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Support Us by Purchasing Our Organizational Overview

Learn about our 10 year history, our new programming, and the positive impact we've had on schools across the country. This is a beautiful, full-color book which describes our big picture plan.

Buy Organizational Overview
 

We are Grateful to Four-Time Olympian Chaunté Lowe for Her Financial Support & Inspiration

In collaboration with the fundraising efforts of Scott MacGregor at Talent Champions Council, Chaunté has supported our efforts in a variety of ways. Chaunté is not only a world champion, but a cancer survivor too! Watch the video to learn more about Chaunté's incredible journey.

Become a Donor Like Chaunté

Learn Brain Science From a 7 Year Old

"What if I was to tell you that a game of peek-a-boo could change the world?" asks seven-year-old Molly Wright, one of the youngest-ever TED speakers.

 
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Use Our Books to Connect With Your Kids!

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Inside Out meets Press Here meets an indispensable toolbox of emotional therapy skills. These books are brilliantly and thoughtfully designed to engage and help readers. I highly recommend these to both parents and teachers of younger students.

- Elena Lee, Parent & Teacher

 

What Anne and Look For the Good Project have done with these deep and simple books is nothing short of revolutionary. With the complexities and intricacies of neuropsychology and child development made plain, these books give us the tools and tactics to not only understand, but also to somatically experience and manage big, often confusing feelings.
 
- Benjamin Wagner
Creator of The Award-Winning PBS Documentary, Mister Rogers & Me