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San Miguel School Chicago

The mission of San Miguel School is to transform the lives of our students, their families and communities through education, by touching hearts and inspiring minds. San Miguel School serves students who are academically at-risk and whose families are economically disadvantaged.

Sheltering Arms Early Care and Education Family Centers

Sheltering Arms, one of the largest non-profit organizations in Georgia, is a renowned, well-established and highly-respected non-profit organization, which operates 16 Early Care and Family Centers in the greater Atlanta area, provides affordable child care and education each day to 2500 children six weeks to 5 years of age of low income families.

Tree Street Youth

In July 2011, Tree Street Youth Center opened to meet the challenge of providing low-income youth the opportunity to learn and grow in a nurturing environment. Located in the heart of downtown Lewiston at 144 Howe Street, it serves as a vibrant hub of daily youth-driven activity for 120-150 students in grades K-12 and is the only center solely focused on meeting the educational and social needs of at-risk youth. The Center is strategically located directly across from the Governor Longley Elementary School and on the walk route to both Lewiston Middle and High Schools.


The Children’s Place

The Children’s Place, founded in 1978, is a non-profit agency that helps heal the youngest survivors of abuse, neglect and trauma. The Day Treatment Services program serves children, six years and younger, who have been abused or neglected and provides them with an early childhood education; including intensive treatment combined with expert, evidence-based therapy services and interventions.

Sarasota County Campaign for Grade-Level Reading through a 2Gen Lens

In 2012, Alta Vista Elementary School launched Eagle Academy, a free summer program for children entering Kindergarten. Over the years this program grew, evolving into a model program with incredible outcomes for both children and their parents. Today, four of Sarasota’s highest poverty elementary schools (based on free/reduced numbers), offer a free 6 week summer program to children with a weekly Parent University. New students have the opportunity to become acclimated to their school while existing students continue to hone skills that they need to be effective learners.

Clark Park - Holy Redeemer Grade School - Manna Meal

Surrounded by historic homes, schools, busy shops, and local services, Clark Park is 30 acres of landscaped and playscaped green space in the heart of Mexicantown in southwest Detroit. For years, the park has been the cornerstone and town square of the neighborhood. It provides a safe haven for everyone -- a place where kids, families, and seniors unwind, explore, and participate in many different activities, including team sports. It remains the community's anchor, providing four seasons of programming for thousands of young people.

Wayfinder Schools

Wayfinder Schools was established through the merger of The Community School (Maine’s first alternative high school) and Opportunity Farm (founded in 1910 as a home for at-risk boys). We now serve 70 young men and women throughout Maine who are at risk of high school non-completion.


St. Anne's - Los Angeles

St. Anne's is a nonprofit agency located on a 6 acre campus just West of Downtown Los Angeles. Our main service population is pregnant and parenting teens in the Foster Care and Probation systems, but we also provide a multitude of services on site and in the local community ranging from housing, child care, mental health services, parenting support, workforce development, and educational opportunities.


Alta Vista Eagle Academy

The Alta Vista Eagle Academy is a 7-week summer program for children entering Kindergarten through 2nd Grade at Alta Vista Elementary School in Sarasota, Florida. The Eagle Academy addresses two main issues related to learning that low-income children in Sarasota face: the readiness gap and summer learning loss.

Saint Joseph Parenting Center (SJPC)

SJPC envisions a world free of child abuse and neglect. Our mission is to strengthen families who are at the risk of child abuse and neglect by providing parenting education and support. Our goal is to equip parents through education to change unhealthy parenting patterns and to foster healthy ones in an effort to decrease the incidence of child abuse and/or neglect. We strive to provide these parents with the knowledge and tools to be more caring and productive people, parents and members of society.

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