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Unlocking greatness in the 1 in 5 who learn differently.
E2E empowers 1,500+ different leaners each year by providing them 100,000 hours of volunteer mentorship.
1 in 5 students in the United States have a learning disability (like dyslexia or ADHD).
Eye to Eye is a national nonprofit organization that empowers students with learning disabilities through direct service mentorship, community engagement and school outreach services, and regional culture change initiatives.
Teaching children excellence.
In 2017, NDI’s dance and fitness programs impacted 10,000+ children and 500 public school teachers.
NDI New Mexico inspires children to strive for excellence through our Core Four principles – Work Hard, Do Your Best, Never Give Up, and Be Healthy.
National Dance Institute (NDI) New Mexico believes the arts can uniquely engage and motivate children. Our programs help children develop discipline, a standard of excellence, and a belief in themselves that will instill the tenancy to meet life’s challenges.
Learn the technology skills you need to make apps, do well in college, and get internships.
Since 2012, CodeNow has given 2,000+ underserved teens an opportunity to discover, and build, technology.
CodeNow is building a future where teenage developers, designers, and entrepreneurs are the norm, not an exception.
CodeNow teaches underserved teens to solve meaningful problems with software. We offer one of the most immersive high school tech programs nationwide, with a four-level program that includes in-person workshops, online training, hackathons and peer app competitions.
Helping students and schools succeed.
Only 1% of charities have received 12 straight 4-star ratings from Charity Navigator…City Year has.
City Year is dedicated to helping students and schools. This school year City Year Boston AmeriCorps members will serve more than 450,000 hours in Boston Public Schools.
City Year partners with public schools in 28 urban communities across the United States, including 23 Boston Public Schools. In Boston, 289 AmeriCorps members serve as tutors, mentors, and role models to 12,000 students in 23 Boston Public Schools to every day bridge the gap these low-income students face.