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
Brooklyn Public Library
To support the second-year pilot of Brooklyn Public Library (BPL)’s Team up to Read, an eight-week literacy program for children ages 5-9 and their caregivers
The Fund for Public Schools, Inc.
To support Pre-K Explore, a comprehensive, two-year professional learning track for early childhood educators
The Grace Opportunity Project
To support year-round, holistic out-of-school time programming for under-served, low-income, and academically struggling K-8 students in New York City public schools
Harlem RBI, Inc. dba DREAM
$200,000 (over two years)
To help ensure that the DREAM’s out-of-school (OST) programs, in East Harlem and the South Bronx, continue to provide academic support and college access services to elementary, middle school, high school, and college students
Horizons National Student Enrichment Program, Inc.
$150,000 (over two years)
To help establish a New York City regional affiliate and launch two new Horizons programs
$75,000 (over fourteen months)
To help support Mouse's STEM and computer science work with students, teachers and mentors in NYC during academic year 2020
The New York Community Trust
To support Early Childhood Partners NYC, a collaborative funding network dedicated to insuring that all children in New York City enter kindergarten prepared for lifelong success
New York On Tech
To help support out-of-school time technology education programs for underserved students
Power of Two, a project of Fund for the City of New York, Inc.
To provide general operating support for Power of Two to serve infants and toddlers and their primary caregivers through a short-term, evidence-based home visiting program, Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up
Read Alliance, Inc. (formerly Reading Excellence and Discovery Foundation, Inc. dba Read Alliance)
To help support Read Alliance FY 19 School Year and Summer Programs
To support Springboard Summer in New York City
Summer on the Hill
$90,000 (over two years)
To provide general support to enrich the education of high-achieving, low-income public school students, facilitate their access to high-quality educational opportunities, and help pave the way for academic and life-long success