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June 30, 2014

Eye to Eye is pleased to participate in the Born Brave: San Antonio event, hosted by Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation (BTWF), to be held on July 14 at the AT&T Center. The organizations will come together to increase awareness of issues facing today's youth and to promote mental and physical health within the community. Eye to Eye and BTWF share a common vision to inspire individuality and empowerment in youth locally and beyond.

BTWF serves youth worldwide and strives to equip them with the safety, skills, and opportunities they need to be their kindest, bravest selves. BTWFs Born Brave: San Antonio event will connect Eye to Eye with a diverse youth community to promote discussions on health, bravery, and community.

"BTWF has an unparalleled ability to bring industry leaders together with local and national organizations in effective partnerships," said David Flink, Eye to Eye co-founder and CEO. "Their advocacy efforts serve as an example for organizations like ours, and we couldn't be more excited to work together."

"Born This Way is thrilled to be partnering with Eye to Eye in San Antonio, said Cynthia Germanotta, the Foundation's president and co-founder, and Gaga's mother. Today's youth are under immense pressure on a day-to-day basis, and Eye to Eye has a proven track record of civic engagement and empowerment. My daughter has reached so many through her music we are excited to be working with Eye to Eye to continue her promotion of kindness and bravery.

Information on Eye to Eye and BTWFs information booths at the AT&T Center can be found at

About Eye to Eye

With 57 chapters throughout the U.S., Eye to Eye is the only national mentoring movement that pairs kids labeled as "learning disabled" or LD / ADHD or, as Co-Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer David Flink says, who "learn differently" with similarly labeled college students as mentors. An art-based curriculum helps mentees build essential self-esteem and value their own unique minds and inspires them to advocate for their needs in the classroom. The mentoring movement affects everyone involved, creating a new understanding of learning differences and raising expectations of those who carry that label. To learn more about Eye to Eye and find local chapters, visit

About Born This Way Foundation

Led by Lady Gaga and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta, the Born This Way Foundation was founded in 2011 to foster a more accepting society, where differences are embraced and individuality is celebrated. The Foundation is dedicated to creating a safe community that helps connect young people with the skills and opportunities they need to build a kinder, braver world.

We believe that everyone has the right to feel safe, to be empowered and to make a difference in the world. Together, we will move towards acceptance, bravery and love. For more information, visit:

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