Nonprofit organization LookUp celebrates first anniversary

By: Sean K. Thompson
| Published 04/18/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – LookUp, a local nonprofit organization that educates families on the proper and safe introduction (and limited use) of technology for a balanced life recently celebrated its first year of providing services and events to Woodlands area residents.

“What an incredible year it has been, We are so thankful to have you on this journey with us,” said founders Tessa Stuckey and Gayle Cheatham.

Highlights from the past 12 months include:

  • Going from virtual strangers to partners in a matter of months. In a record-breaking four-month time frame, they moved from conceptual idea to official 501(c)(3) organization.
  • Contracted with one of the largest school districts in Texas, helping revise their cell-phone policy for approximately 73,000 students.
  • Presented to approximately 2,000 parents, students, and school staff.
  • Tripled their 2023 fundraising goal, with every penny of that going back to the community via education, awareness, and support programs.
  • Partnered with multiple organizations to bring the best resources to families, notably Bark and Parent Pro-Tech.
  • Became a proud aligned organization for The Anxious Generation.

LookUp is dedicated to empower and educate families to live a healthier life by encouraging them to LookUp from their devices and connect with the world around them. They provide support and resources to help individuals and families develop positive habits, strengthen relationships, and enhance their well-being.

LookUp is composed of therapists, coaches, and parents who join forces to guide families through the intricate landscape of technology, aiming to avert youth screen addiction and address the mental health challenges triggered by the pervasive influence of social media, which has impacted countless individuals in today’s world.

“We’re excited to share more in the coming weeks about what we have planned for the next twelve months,” said Stuckey and Cheatham.

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