As a way to increase our impact we partner with other non-profit organizations who focus on different aspects of gender equality issues.

Gender equality covers a wide array of gender-related issues including gender balance in decision-making positions, economic and political participation, gender pay gap, and gender-based violence. Seeing gender equality with an intersectional approach in relation to other social categories such as race, class, disability, sexual orientation and age is also necessary to understand the scope and the extent of the issues.

We partner with various non-profits that address specific topics under the gender equality umbrella to offer our expertise as humorous storytellers, so we can support them to humanize their stories and reach a wider public.

Telling a story from a woman’s perspective helps others better understand her pain as a collective problem affecting the entire community and not only that individual. We use humor and satire to validate the female experience and highlight the contradictions of the situations that generated the inequality and discrimination in the first place.

Our organization and our diverse and international community of writers will work together to provide ideas and content based on the requirements of your organization.

We offer:

  •  humorous and satirical articles
  • topical jokes in the form of satirical memes for social media
  • video scripts for short promotional videos (sketches, ads, stories, etc.)

If you are a non-profit and are interested in partnering with us, please contact us: info@thesyndromemag.com

Together we can explore the best options to promote your objectives, as well as your promotional and fundraising events.

Current partnership:

The Sophia Way

 

The Sophia Way is dedicated to helping end homelessness for single adult women in East King County. Founded in 2008 to address the growing population of women without housing and in need of shelter, the Sophia Way has served several thousand women with a comprehensive array of services and support, most important of which is help in exiting homelessness. The organization believes every woman is housing ready and works with the evidence-based “housing first” approach to house significantly more women each year.

The Syndrome Magazine is partnering with The Sophia Way to tell the stories of women experiencing homelessness in a new way – using humor to discuss the challenges they face everyday and appreciate their strength and resourcefulness.

You can also join in the storytelling, facilitated by Ashley Nicole Black and John Keister, at their Annual Benefit Luncheon on October 11 at Meydenbauer Center.
Register here