The Just Be Love Project has several events planned for the rest of 2017, and throughout 2018.
We are currently planning our next two large events, taking place in February and July of 2018. Additional events are being considered as well.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Homeless Shelter Directory
National Crisis Hotline
Depression & Bi-Polar
Suicide Prevention Hotline
Geoffrey Alan Gray is donating 25% of the sales of this Love Revolution shirt to The Just Be Love Project!
Visit Geoffrey's website at geoffreyalangray.com.
Love Glasses Revolution is supporting The Just Be Love Project by sponsoring our SWAG bags!
Visit Love Glasses Revolution's website at loveglassesrevolution.com.
Arizona College is supporting The Just Be Love Project by providing a number of tickets to the conference for a free or reduced price to their community!
Visit Arizona College's website at arizonacollege.edu.
Mary Godfrey is supporting The Just Be Love Project!
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We would like to give a special thank you to the members of our support team, we appreciate everything you have done to help make this event happen!
The Just Be Love Project makes a tradition of supporting local indie film productions with social justice or human rights themes.
We held our first annual Social Justice/Human Rights Film Festival in July.
We have backed one local film production and plan on doing this every Film Festival year.
The Just Be Love Project was asked to create a special outreach for a group of 50 youth studying social justice topics, one if which was trafficking. We not only invited a survivor leader to speak to the kids, we then asked the kids to assist us in creating PSA's - one about homelessness, one about trafficking and one about bullying which we will launch in September.
We backed a Children's Miracle Network Ambassador in his pursuit to cover costs on a vehicle.
We are proud to sponsor entrance to our educational conferences for local organizations 'doing good' in our state.
We have brought opportunity to local graduates to complete their intern hours.
We have helped fulfill court ordered community service hours.
We recently partnered with ASU Humanities department, and will be involved with two of their educational events.
We collaborated with Melissa Kim Corter to create a video and photography exhibit, highlighting bullying/suicide.
We are collaborating with Love Glasses Revolution co-host The World's Biggest Eye Gazing Event.
We are collaborating with a group of six local film festival organizations to offer another event to highlight local film makers.
We held our first conference in July with a Human Trafficking, Sexual Trauma and Human Connection theme.
We are holding our second conference on Suicide & Bullying on September 30th.
We launched an Wellness Series that will be highlighting different tools for peace, balance and to promote mental health.
We have had the honor of being featured on a podcast, being written up in a film festival article and being invited to speak on stage at the Crescent Ballroom to a sold out crowd.
JUST BE key-chains are individually hand-crafted, each one is unique.
Proceeds from the sale of keychains go to supporting Help Me PTSD.
These are VETERAN made, personally created by veteran ADAM BEATY (our award creator) who is currently on duty serving our country! Adam created these keychains to support VETERANS seeking help for PTSD.
Each one says JUST BE.
Quantities are limited!
Show your support with a Just Be Love Project t-shirt!
By purchasing a Just Be Love Project shirt, you are also supporting Love Is In The Bag, a local company who donates a portion of their proceeds to support children with cancer.
These cotton shirts come in black, with the Just Be Love Project logo in white.