KidSpirit is a nonprofit online magazine and community by and for youth to engage each other about life’s big questions in an open and inclusive spirit. Its mission is to promote mutual understanding among 11- to 17-year-olds of diverse backgrounds and support their development into world citizens with strong inner grounding.
Since 2008, KidSpirit's unique process has empowered teens through creative expression and youth-led collaboration to raise their voices about questions that go to the heart of life. Founded by Elizabeth Dabney Hochman, the organization is led by an all-youth network of editors around the world who edit submissions collaboratively, decide on the magazine’s quarterly themes, set the editorial agenda, and discuss ethical, philosophical, and spiritual topics. Ad-free and unaffiliated, KidSpirit provides a critical outlet for teenagers everywhere to discover and highlight the essential humanity transcending divergent points of view. The magazine is in syndication on the Huffington Post and Spirituality & Practice and has won numerous awards from major educational, parenting, and spiritual organizations.
KidSpirit aims to build a truly inclusive and welcoming conversation that emphasizes authenticity, personal growth, and engagement. We invite anyone between the ages of 11 and 17 to contribute or to join an Editorial Board. Please visit our Get Involved section to learn more about publishing your work, becoming an editor, or facilitating a conversation about one of the 30-plus themes KidSpirit contributors have explored.
KidSpirit’s teen editors and contributors around the world believe in a better future. Help empower the next generation to raise their voices and move forward in a spirit of openness and inclusion - make a tax-deductible contribution to KidSpirit today.
KidSpirit, Inc is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization