Nonprofit Initiatives

What We Watch believes in the transformative power of filmmaking. Our nonprofit branch is committed to empowering creative young adults that shape the world of entertainment tomorrow.

We focus on helping the children of divorced couples, ages 13-23,  gain access to higher education and job opportunities in fine arts and humanities.

Why This Matters

Nearly 50% of all marriages end in divorce. What We Watch™ focuses on the impact this has on the children of newly independent parents.

Navigating the challenges of divorce can be tough for young adults. Many of them turn to creative processes in fine arts to deal with grief of home life changes, financial stress, and college preparation. Our initiatives aim to provide a creative outlet that fosters confidence in self-expression and tangible success in higher education. By supporting the children of divorced couples, we believe we’re not just shaping future artists but providing a source of inspiration and empowerment for every creator in the world.

Key Initiatives

Creative Careers

Facilitating access to filmmaking courses and job opportunities, giving power to creative minds from adolescence to adulthood.

Fine Arts Scholarships

Providing scholarships for students pursuing degrees in fine arts, breaking down financial barriers and opening doors to more diverse career paths.

Higher Education & Evolvement

From mentoring, hiring, and hosting, to guiding and funding, we want to support students through higher education, ensuring they have the resources needed to pursue their dreams.

Our Reach

While our cause knows no bounds, we proudly emphasize our efforts in Southern California and North Texas. We aim to create a substantial impact on the community of children facing the unique challenges of divorce in these regions that are home to our founder.

Join us to make a Difference

Your support goes beyond funding education and job opportunities; it's an investment in the well-being and creative potential of eager young adults. Together, we can encourage them to pursue degrees and careers that celebrate self-expression and lead to your enjoyment watching the big screen.

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