The Amistad Reading and Music Project aims to teach basic reading skills to develop a thirst for learning among early elementary age school children challenged by an urban environment. Through this project, students will use phonics as a base for learning and applying new knowledge and make connections between what [...]
The "It Takes A Village" Project aims to mentor young teens to tutor children ages 12-18 and their families living in the City of Detroit’s most impoverished areas. Through this project, 100 Mentors will be trained to mentor and tutor 200 children. This project will increase the capacity of partner [...]
The Jimmy Junior Academy project works with parents in the community to provide classrooms and learning materials for needy children. The project will include a sustainable feeding program and build new classrooms to accommodate more students.
The Eco-Conscious Cartoons project is an animated series and books created to teach kids that no matter how young or old you are, everyone has the power to make a positive change, and that the smallest actions can lead to the biggest changes.
The “Autism Babysitters Club” project is a unique club teaching teenagers, 13 and up, to babysit children with autism, as well as helping families to find reliable babysitters. The project will include holding a training course to certify babysitters to empower youth to work with families who have children with [...]
The Purpose Initiative After School Program provides support for at-risk youth and their parents with community support. Through the programs, youth participate in activities ranging from life skills to youth development opportunities. The weekly programming provides support and activities that cover such as conflict identification & resolution, anger management, impact [...]
Tulsa Little Free Libraries – Zuzana Chovanec, Stephanie Younis, Jonathan Townsend, Kate Blalack – Transporting Education and Literacy into Open Spaces (TELOS)[email protected] 2018-02-10T02:23:31+00:00
Tulsa Little Free Libraries, Inc. (T.E.L.O.S, Inc.) pilot project will bring Little Free Libraries to City of Tulsa Parks. The concept of the Little Free Library is of a neighborhood library, where community members can share books. Today there are some 20,000 units that are registered on an online database [...]
Project Ropa provides the homeless and the working poor with clothing, shoes and hygiene products at weekly pop-up events throughout the Los Angeles area. The organization works with local nonprofits to source those items and deliver them directly to communities where the need is greatest. Without these basic necessities – [...]
The Tsere Project provides Pastaza’s rural schools with gorgeously illustrated, captivating books, which reflect the physical characteristics, natural environment and cultural reality of Amazonian children in Ecuador's Pastaza province. Through this project, local artists from Quito and local members of the Shaur indigenous nation share their life experiences and botanical [...]
Circuit Pointe's Improving Food Security and Nutrition project was created in response to food insecurity and malnutrition in Obibi Nguru Community, a hard-to-reach community in Aboh Mbaise LGA of Imo State, Nigeria. The project will contribute to reduce a significant number of malnourished children and women especially pregnant mothers. Through [...]