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Community Food Action

Bronx, NY September 2019 $10,000 granted to Community Food Action for elementary students to learn health, wellness, and nutrition programs. The habits that children form when they are young continue into adulthood. By exposing children to a varied diet at a young age through cooking and gardening, they gain positive attitudes about fresh foods that can last a lifetime.…

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SC Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics

Orangeburg, SC September 2019 $10,625 granted to SC Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics for 50 middle school at risk children to attend a summer camp for two weeks to learn science, engineering, and robotics. Next Generation is a computer science and robotics camp, students program electrical circuits, fabricate memory mastery games and lie detectors, learn to read electrical…

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Family & Children’s Agency

Norwalk, CT July 2019 $7,500 granted to Family & Children’s Agency for the ASPIRE program. This is a summer enrichment program that disproportionately impacts low-income high school students. ASPIRE works to ensure all students graduate high school, are college ready, or are career ready by offering tutoring, case management and academic monitoring for all students, college…

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Equal Education Fund

Washington, D.C. July 2019 $10,000 granted to the Equal Education Fund (EEF) which provided five scholarships for their mentorship and scholarship programs to help break down the barriers that many D.C. public high school students face in attending and succeeding in college. This is especially necessary because financial aid packages continue to fall short in meeting…

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Baltimore Zoo

Baltimore, MD July 2019 $10,000 granted to the Baltimore Zoo for their Teen Volunteer Program. This grant will be used to waive registration fees for Baltimore City teens from low-income households. This program is a competitive and rigorous summer service learning program for teenagers ages 14-17. Teens come to the Zoo four full days per…

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Milford Food 2 Kids

Milford, CT August 2017 $7,000 granted to The Milford Food 2 Kids program in Milford, CT. This funding will support 20 student meals for the school year, which is from September 2017 – June 2018. (That is 5,000 pounds of food!) Milford Food 2 Kids was launched in February 2016 to help bridge the food…

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Lifebridge Community Services Inc.

Bridgeport, CT May 2017 $5,000 granted to Lifebridge Community Services Inc. (Bridgeport Child Advocacy Coalition) merged with LIFEBRIDGE which is located in Bridgeport, CT. This nonprofit organization has a long history of helping to improve the lives of children and families through research, education, advocacy, and mobilization. Bridgeport is a challenged city; Bridgeport’s 34,555 children…

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Rafael Hernandez Elementary School

Newark, NJ May 2017 $7,500 granted to Rafael Hernandez Elementary School in Newark, New Jersey. They have 769 students with a large bilingual and special needs population. Raphael Hernandez School is collaborating with Halls that Inspire, a nonprofit organization that paints murals with the children on the halls in their school. Inspirational messages and paintings…

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