At the end of September, we are walking 13 miles across ten of San Francisco’s steepest peaks. Why are we undertaking such a challenge?
In the midst of tragedy, the work of Braid provides a spark of hope.
Creating a connection can be slow and steady work, but also the most rewarding.
Our work is made possible by the generosity and welcome of our youth’s caregivers.
True insights often require a change in perspective.
Observing the simple but miraculous interactions between mentors and their youth.
Learning to be more present in the “distracted age.”
Helping young people develop a sense of agency hands them a key to their future.
Toxic conditions of California’s worst wildfire are a reminder of the effects of trauma on the youth we care for.