Provide disadvantaged children and youth with more high-quality learning time through early childhood education and afterschool, summer, and expanded learning programs.
- Significantly improve the social, emotional, and cognitive development of young children
- Measurably improve the academic performance of disadvantaged students
- Significantly improve students’ ability to learn, work, and thrive in a digital society
- Demonstrably improve the effectiveness of leadership, faculty, and staff
Bank Street College of Education
$210,000 (over two years)
To support the Liberty LEADS college preparation and leadership development program for inner-city youth
To help support the academic success and persistence of students from underserved communities at particularly vulnerable stages in the academic pipeline and in fields in which they are traditionally underrepresented
The Boys' Club of New York
To help support the Independent School Placement Program
To help support the Center for Achieving Future Education college access program
The Children's Storefront (aka Storefront Academy Harlem)
To help support the High School Placement and Alumni Relations Department
College Summit, Inc.
To help support the expansion of its college access programs in New York City
Cornelia Connelly Center for Education
To help support the Holy Child Middle School for low-income girls
Cristo Rey New York High School
To provide general support
De La Salle Academy
$150,000 (over three years)
To provide a capacity building grant to restructure De La Salle's administrative team and implement an effective succession plan.
Dominican Academy of the City of New York
To help explore the feasibility of providing a program to prepare high-potential middle school girls to gain acceptance into selective Catholic high schools with the scholarships needed to attend them
Early Steps, Inc.
To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level
George Jackson Academy
To renew general support for this model school for low-income minority boys
Goddard Riverside Community Center
$300,000 over two years, divided as follows: $125,000 each year to help support the Options Center, and $25,000 each year for capacity building to implement the Options Strategic Plan.
Harlem Educational Activities Fund, Inc.
To help support HEAF's High Expectations Middle School Program
Harlem RBI, Inc. dba DREAM
$200,000 (over two years)
To help support capacity building activities and the Team Enrichment Program
Legal Outreach, Inc.
To help support the College Bound program
New Heights Youth, Inc.
For general support for this youth development and college access program for student-athletes from underserved communities
The New York Opportunity Network, Inc. dba The Opportunity Network
To help provide low-income public high school students access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges
The New York-Presbyterian Hospital
To help support the Lang Youth Medical Program
The Posse Foundation, Inc.
To help support the Posse New York Science Posse Program
Prep for Prep
To help support Prep's conversion to and implementation of an updated organization-wide database
Regis High School
To help support development and early implementation of REACH's comprehensive recruiting and admissions program
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity, Inc.
$300,000 (over three years)
To help support the SEO Scholars Program
St. Aloysius Education Clinic (aka Education Clinic, Inc.)
To help support the Academic Achievement and Cultural Enrichment Program (AACE)
Student/Sponsor Partnership, Inc.
To help support the School Coordinator Stipend Initiative
Summer on the Hill
To help provide academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx
The TEAK Fellowship, Inc.
To help support the TEAK Fellowship program for academically talented students from low-income communities
The Town School, Inc.
To help support Breakthrough New York
Trey Whitfield School
For general support for this independent school serving children from low-income families in Brooklyn's East New York community
The Urban Dove, Inc.
To renew support the College All-Stars program