Increase access to and success in high-quality post-secondary educational opportunities.
- Significantly improve the social-emotional capacities of youth essential to college and career success
- Increase the number of underserved students enrolled in and completing college
- Increase the number of underserved students enrolled in and completing other high-quality post-secondary training and credentialing programs
The B.E.L.L. Foundation, Inc.
$200,000 (over two years)
To help support BELL Summer in New York City
Brooklyn Friends School
To help support the Horizons summer academic enrichment program at Brooklyn Friends School
Brooklyn Public Library
To continue the expansion of First Five Years programming by offering Saturday early literacy workshops at fourteen branches and launching the Brooklyn Builds Readers program
Citizen Schools, Inc.
To help support a network of afterschool programs in New York City
To help support Classroom, Inc.'s school day, afterschool, and summer programming in inner-city Archdiocese of New York schools
East Harlem Tutorial Program, Inc.
To support after school and summer programming for approximately 300 underserved students
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
$200,000 (over two years)
To help provide intensive professional development for inner-city Catholic middle- and high-school teachers to improve the teaching of American history
To help support Groundwork for Youth
The Hispanic Federation, Inc.
To help support the Parent Pathways to Child Achievement/Caminos al Exito Academico project
Inner-City Scholarship Fund, Inc.
To help support JOP (the Job Opportunities Program) of job-readiness workshops, summer internship placements, and college-preparation mentorships for highly motivated junior and seniors from inner-city Catholic high schools
Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, Inc.
To help strengthen the Explorers Academies and to pilot test at one clubhouse small-group instruction in literacy and math in partnership with B.E.L.L.
New York Interschool Association, Inc.
To help support the Faculty Diversity Search program to recruit and retain minority teachers in independent schools
The Parent-Child Home Program, Inc.
To help support The Parent-Child Home Program's expansion in New York City
The Partnership for Inner-City Education
To help sustain the Library Connections program by supporting cross-curricular projects in alumni schools and convening biannual meetings for alumni teachers to share best practices and ideas (through the Inner-City Scholarship Fund, Inc./Patrons Program)
PS 214, The Michael Friedsam School
One-time only special contribution to the PS 214 School Fund in honor of Michael Friedsam's 150th birthday
Reach Out And Read of Greater New York, Inc.
To help provide New York City children and families with pediatric literacy counseling and support
Read Alliance, Inc. (formerly Reading Excellence and Discovery Foundation, Inc. dba Read Alliance)
To support READ's year-round Catholic-school program and summer programming open to all students
St. Aloysius School
To help support a new position, Principal of Middle Schools, as St. Aloysius transitions to being an independent school in the Jesuit tradition
Teachers College, Columbia University
$180,000 (over two years)
To continue to increase the number of New York City independent and Catholic school teachers of color in the Klingenstein Center's Leadership Academy intensive master's degree program
United Way of New York City
To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City