first and foremost, we’re survivors.

We launched maro because we truly believe (and have the research to back it) that preventative education has the power to incite transgenerational impact--decreasing rates of suicide, bullying, rape & sexual assault and more. Honestly, we wish our parents & teachers had maro when we were kids.

Lilly's storyKenzie's story

we’re preparing kids to take on the world and you are mission critical

It’s not enough to focus on the after-the-fact when it comes to mental wellness, reproductive health, empathy development or diversity education.

many of our most pressing public health crises are avoidable

for the next ten years, here is how we will measure our impact.

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unintended pregnancies

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prevented sexually transmitted diseases & infections (STD/Is)

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averted instances of power-based violence

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averted instances of bullying

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students directed toward mental health resources

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averted suicides (completed & attempted)

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students with intellectual or developmental disabilities educated on mental and reproductive health

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averted instances of alcohol and drug abuse

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teachers trained and equipped to handle students in crisis

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parents with increased access to mental and reproductive health education resources