HERE, WE CAN DARE TO SHARE WHAT IS TRUE TO US
We are a unique teen-only safe & supportive community. We help each other, we talk freely about our struggles and experiences with peers who are facing, or have faced, the same challenges.
We are young people connected by our challenges, interests, and questions.
JOIN OUR COMMUNITY!
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1- Become a member of a teen-only Supportive Group Chat(s)
2- Become the Facilitator of a teen-only Supportive Group Chat
3- Empower your voice and share your struggles, experiences or achievements through videos or blogs.
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If teenagers can share freely and safely with peers the difficulties they go through, if they can safely voice the challenges they face, there is no more stigma nor taboo and it allows them to believe in themselves and in their future.
To create and support a safe and trustworthy environment where we, as teenagers, know that whatever challenge we struggle with, Give Us The Floor is THE community where we will find peers that have faced or are facing the same challenges. Teens encourage, support each other, and share wisdom. We share common challenges and we are not alone.
A TEAM OF TEENS
OUR CURRENT INTERNS
Hi, my name is Adrian (he/him)! I am 15 years old and I am from Salem, New Hampshire. I am currently interested in graphic design and medical tech in school. I think it is very important for my generation to have a prominent voice, because we are going to be what controls our future. I have lots of knowledge on mental illnesses and what is most helpful for people who are struggling, as I have experienced this myself. I am also passionate about helping members of the LGBT community discover themselves and their true identity. I hope to be able to to help others and provide other people my age the support and knowledge they need to work through their problems by working for Give Us The Floor.
I’m a big mental health advocate and very passionate about helping my peers discover the power of their voices. I am an activist whose main focus is combating climate change and defeating period poverty. I am a dancer with my favorite style being hip hop. I hope to pursue medicine at my dream school UCLA and go into cancer research. In working with Give Us The Floor I hope to help empower Generation Z and see them speak up and become uprising leaders in their communities as well.
Hello!! My name is Ananya, some of my friends call me Nani for short and I’m a 16 year old female from Ohio. I’m super excited to be working with GUTF to help those who have struggled. As someone who has dealt with many mental disorders and worked through them, I want to help people realize that with the right support they can get through hardships and come out the other side stronger. My main goal in life is to help as many people as I possibly I can and GUTF gets me one step closer to that goal. Some of my interests are writing, music, video games, medicine, hockey, swimming and volunteering. I am really thankful for this opportunity and look forward to working with everyone and meeting new people.
Hi Everyone, I am so excited about to be working with a platform like Give us the Floor. I am 18 from Ohio and am a current College Student. My major is Political Science with a specification in Foreign Affairs and I am currently in the process of picking up a minor. I have multiple passions but here are a few: creative writing, fashion, public speaking, traveling, and standing up for human and civil rights. I have spent a lot of time mentoring and volunteering with younger people and I hope to continue to do that with Give us the Floor. Lastly I have a real passion for the issues that face my generation and I want to help others my age with issues that we go through as we are the future. Overall I cannot wait to do meaningful work with this amazing organization.
Hey Everyone! I am Julian and am very excited to be a part of this great organization. I live in Louisiana, specifically New Orleans. Being a person from the South and from a very culturally rich city, I experience a variety of things including culture, music, and even food. Along with this, it is also a very open-minded city, in which people are able to be themselves. My city gave me my confidence and I hope to spread the love that has been given to me to other people, especially other teenagers. I believe that GUTF gives me this opportunity and I am glad to be on the team!
Hello, my name is Mekai, some of my friends call me Mickey as a true first name basis. I am 17 years old and I live in Alpharetta, Georgia. I have been dealing with depression and anxiety since I was 14, and I've been dealing with ADHD for the longest time. I am also on the autism spectrum as well. I am well known for my intuitive and insightful side, a part of me that helps me figure out and internalize things quicker than anything else. I am excited to work for GUTF because I can use my empathetic ability and my "sixth sense" to help other people who are in a similar position as I was/am. My goal is to break the stigma surrounding mental health and shrinking the cloud of uncertainty and unhealthy relationships portrayed on social media.