Becoming an anti-racist organization is a journey best traveled with leaders and action-oriented groups. Through our cohort of nonprofit partners, we’re helping empower individuals experiencing systemic inequities through physical and mental well-being to be the best versions of themselves. Together, we’re working to amplify their missions and bring change to the communities all around us.
Connecting communities with the mental health services they need
A deeply community-centric organization, Australia-based Beyond Blue has provided resources for people at all stages of the mental health continuum for over 20 years. We are proud to have supported the creation of Beyond Blue’s strengthened peer-to-peer online services for all people in Australia, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other communities. This platform aims to increase connectedness, reduce stigma around mental health and provide access to culturally safe mental health support.Explore Their Work
THE CENTER FOR ANTIRACIST RESEARCH AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY
UNEARTHING THE ROOT CAUSES OF RACISM
The Center for Antiracist Research at Boston University aspires to build an anti-racist society that ensures racial equity and social justice. Led by one of today’s foremost anti-racist scholars, Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, it is focused on uprooting the hows and whys of racial inequities. As part of our partnership, the center employed youth-led participatory action research to analyze and address the effects of racism on fitness and mental health.
Based on the results of this research, the Center will be collaborating with the City School to disseminate information through speaker series and academic journals, as well as creating trainings for other youth-serving organizations on the Liberation Health model.Explore Their Work
INSPIRING BLACK WOMEN TO LEAD THEIR HEALTHIEST, MOST FULFILLED LIVES
GirlTrek inspires their network of over 1.3 million Black women and girls to use daily walks as a practical tool for healthy lives, families and communities. Their mission is to save the lives of Black women by igniting a health revolution led by local women at the neighborhood level. With Peloton’s support, GirlTrek has been able to train and certify College Ambassadors at HBCUs, and enhance staple programs such as Black History Bootcamp, GirlTrek 21 Day Jumpstart Challenge, and Walking Remix.Explore Their Work
INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOSOCIAL ORGANISATION (IPSO)
CREATING MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT FOR REFUGEES AND MIGRANTS
Sometimes, the best support comes from a professional with similar experiences and stories. Ipso aims to bring that relatable help to people who find themselves in challenging and unfamiliar environments. This Germany-based organization uses an innovative approach to provide culturally responsive mental health resources for the community, by the community, with a network of counselors from more than 20 nations. With support from Peloton, Ipso has hired and trained additional teams of psychologists for Value-Based Counseling and has created an easy-access mental well-being video app with chat and daily journaling features to make counseling more accessible to mobile communities.Explore Their Work
LOCAL INITIATIVES SUPPORT CORPORATION (LISC)
PROMOTING EQUITABLE FITNESS ACCESS FOR ALL
Increasing access to inclusive spaces for fitness and wellness is fundamental to closing racial gaps in health and opportunity. We are working with LISC as part of its ambitious racial equity agenda to enhance facilities where people can grow through movement, mindfulness and more. Together, we’re partnering with the Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco) in the Bronx, New York City; the YMCA of Greater Toledo’s Wayman D. Palmer branch in central city Toledo, Ohio; and Claretian Associates in Southwest Chicago to support new and enhanced fitness spaces that include Peloton equipment and programming.Explore Their Work
DEVELOPING WELLNESS PROGRAMMING TO PROMOTE ETHNIC DIVERSITY ACROSS SPORT
Sporting Equals is a U.K.-based organization working with a network of grassroots partners to promote ethnic diversity across sport and physical activity in communities throughout London. Through our partnership, Sporting Equals has enabled 13 delivery partners to design and deliver sport and physical activities which truly reflected London’s rich and diverse culture. These include Bollywood dance, basketball, and women’s mixed martial arts, among others.Explore Their Work
THE STEVE FUND
UPLIFTING YOUNG PEOPLE OF COLOR WITH MENTAL HEALTH TOOLS AND SUPPORT
No matter who or where you are in life, everyone deserves access to reliable mental health resources. That's why we joined forces with the Steve Fund—an organization focused on promoting the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color (YPOC) and their families. Through its partnership with Peloton, the Steve Fund has successfully built on their foundation of work dedicated to YPOC at Historically Black Colleges and Universities / Minority Serving Institutions and provision of vital programming and resources for this target audience.Explore Their Work
TAIBU COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE
PROMOTING THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF GREATER TORONTO AREA's BLACK-IDENTIFYING COMMUNITIES
TAIBU focuses on strengthening the health and well-being of Black-identifying communities across the Greater Toronto Area through culturally appropriate physical fitness activities and health promotion programs. To further their impact, Peloton has been working with TAIBU to offer a series of eight-week physical fitness and wellness programs for Black communities that engage and promote healthy activities across generations.Explore Their Work
We Will Continue to Push Forward Together
And together means all of us. Watch this space as we continue to push ourselves and what’s possible.
© Peloton 2012 - 2024 Peloton Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved.