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I am likely one of the newer volunteers to get involved with Ching Farm, and I’ll say that my only disappointment is that I did not begin this work earlier. Faith Ching, along with all of the other... more
From private schools to juvenile halls, I've seen poetry unleash creativity, empower students through language, and welcome them... more »
- San Francisco, CA
I have been a Hidden Villa Environmental Education Program (HVEEP) Farm and Wilderness Guide for three years now. I look forward... more »
- Los Altos Hills, CA
We support Mary's Center Reach Out and Ready program. The medical professionals teach the parents, teach the children... more »
- Washington, DC
Larry Hirsh wrote:
My initial exposure to Achievement Centers was as a client. We have a special needs son that attended the summer day camp for... more »
- Highland Hls, OH
Head Start got it right. Giving ECS the Duval County contract would be dooming it to more failure. This company will be out of... more »
- Jacksonville, FL
As a prolific reader, I found my niche when invited to take a tutoring class. The class made me realize how much I could help... more »
- White Marsh, VA
The Orchard School is by far the best pre-school program in the region. Possibly in the country! My older daughter thrived... more »
- Alstead, NH
Mission Milby CDC offers daily programs that meets the community’s needs to participate in either day or evening classes. The... more »
- Houston, TX
The mentoring program provided by UPI was phenomenal!! My students were excited to work with Ghazi Muhammad every week. It was... more »
- Chandler, AZ
AHEM is full of intelligent, knowledgeable, experienced generous people - ready to receive phone calls, and reach out to fellow... more »
- Arlington, MA
For children raised in low-income homes, higher education often seems unattainable. These students don't always have the motivation to apply to college or don't think it's a realistic option.
By providing mentors as motivation to go to university or to help with tutoring, nonprofits and their volunteers can make a huge impact on a student.
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