- After School
- College Preparation
- Emotional Support
- Gifted Programs
- Homework Help and Tutoring
- In School
The Broad Foundation
The Broad Foundation’s mission is to dramatically improve K-12 urban public education through better governance, management, labor relations and competition.
Curriki is a K-12 open source web site where members can find open source, educational content, post curricular resources, and work collaboratively with other educators.
Public Education Network
Public Education Network (PEN) is a national association of local education funds (LEFs) and individuals working to advance public school reform in low-income communities across our country. PEN believes an active, vocal constituency is the key to ensuring that every child, in every community, benefits from a quality public education.
Children's Scholarship Fund
The Children's Scholarship Fund provides partial tuition assistance for low-income families to send their children to private schools. More than 96,000 children have benefited from scholarships across the United States since we began offering assistance in 1998. Currently, almost 29,000 children nationwide are using CSF scholarships. These children are attending private school through the generosity of our donors, the efforts of 38 scholarship programs, and the sacrifices made by the families themselves, who pay—on average—50% of their children's tuition. Our scholarships are truly a hand up, and not a hand out.
To break the cycle of poverty
Common Cents’ goal is to ignite the civic passion of a new generation by developing informed, caring, and capable young citizens through philanthropy and service-learning.
LINCOLN SQUARE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER
The vision that shaped Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center in 1949 also shaped the Settlement House movement begun over 100 years ago. Throughout this city, neighbors stood up and took responsibility for each other, working cooperatively to build networks or services to support and empower all who lived there. The result was a groundswell of neighborhoods where people could live safely, nurture their children, and participate in their own success. With an eye on this vision, we at Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center have for over 57 years pursued our Mission of meeting the social, educational, recreational and cultural needs of the people of the West Side, particularly the residents of the Amsterdam Houses and the Addition which comprises 14 buildings spanning from 61st to 65th Streets and Amsterdam to West End Avenues. We accomplish this by meeting the emerging needs of our neighborhood by delivering programs and services to the over 2,700 individuals and 1,250 families-from pre-schoolers to seniors-who live and work in this community.
Dia Art Foundation
We seek to initiate free education programs with schools which relate yo our permanent art collection and temporary exhibitions by our represented contemporary artists in New York City.
We grant the wishes of children with life threatening medical conditions.
New York Charter Schools Association
NYCSA's mission is to support and expand New York's quality public charter school movement.
Children's Music Foundation
To provide and support a standards based turn-key music program for all Kindergarten and First Grade Teachers
Kumon of Midtown East
To help all children reach their true potential in academics and life.
WE THE KIDS FOUNDATION
TO HELP AT RISK AT RISK CHILDREN AND THERE FAMILIES
Episcopal Social Services
transforming the lives and communities of new yorkers in need
We are a leadership organization internationally recognized for re-culturing school communities and sustaining student success by collaborating with schools and districts on a long-term basis to build leadership capacity and ensure success. Established 1989