House Devil, Street Angel currently has two nonprofit partners. The role of the project’s nonprofit partners is to help with outreach, fundraising and distribution of film. Because this film will be useful in classrooms and in anti-domestic violence or fatherhood workshops, for example, nonprofit partners serve a key role in helping the film to change lives.
If you, or someone you know, are involved with a nonprofit that might be a good fit to partner with House Devil, Street Angel, please get in touch via the contact page.
CONNECT is a NY-based anti-domestic violence and social change nonprofit organization. From their website: “CONNECT is dedicated to preventing interpersonal violence and promoting gender justice. By building partnerships with individuals and communities, they strive to help change the beliefs, behaviors and institutions that perpetuate violence. Through legal empowerment, grassroots mobilization and transformative education, we seek to create safe families and peaceful communities.”
Voice Male Magazine
Voice Male Magazine is a pro-feminist publication that reports on men, masculinities and related topics. It’s editor, and founder, Rob Okunis a long-time pro-feminist activist and writer. From Voice Male’s website: “What’s happening with men and masculinity? That’s the question Voice Male answers each issue as it chronicles manhood in transition. The changes men have undergone in the past twenty-five years, our efforts following women in challenging men’s violence, and our ongoing exploration of our interior lives, are central to Voice Male’s vision.
The magazine’s roots are deep in the male positive, pro-feminist men’s movement. It draws inspiration from the world-changing acts of social transformation women have long advanced and a growing legion of pro-feminist men agitating and advocating for a new expression of masculinity.”
NYC Dads Group
NYC Dads Group is a diverse community of over 350 members providing at-home dads and other involved fathers an opportunity to socialize and support each other as they navigate parenthood. The fathers, along with their kids, meet at least weekly at various venues around the city including museums, parks, zoos, indoor play-areas, parent-and-me classes, etc. There are not enough resources, support, or services for dads in New York City. This group is the pioneer in achieving more for dads in NYC!
NYC Dads Group is composed of full-time at home dads, part-time at home dads, dads who work full-time in an office, freelance journalists, photographers, teachers with ample vacation and summers off, self-employed guys, work from home fathers, numerous dads who chose their role to be an at-home dad, a few forced into the role by the economy, dads born on U.S. soil, guys born abroad, fellas of all ethnic backgrounds, dads who are diehards that come to all of the events, dads who only attend events in their neighborhood, and some dads who don’t attend any group events. Matt S., the group’s co-organizer pointed out that “this is no longer a ‘stay-at-home’ dads group. NYC is full of dads spending quality time with their kids during the day, and this group welcomes dads of all stripes.”