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What an amazing organization this is! My sister was recently evicted and moved quickly into a friend's apartment. Unfortuntely, most places in this area do not accept dogs, so she had to find a solution... more
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
AHEM is full of intelligent, knowledgeable, experienced generous people - ready to receive phone calls, and reach out to fellow... more »
- Arlington, MA
Jane Kriebel wrote:
I was about to make a donation to Project Hope after reading the evaluation here, but then I remembered to check what the CEO... more »
- Millwood, VA
Luisella O. wrote:
CEE changed my life and the way I deliver economic knowledge to my students. My students appreciate the lessons, the examples... more »
- New York, NY
I go by the rule of three - once or twice might be a mistake but if I'm insulted three times by the staff, I don't come back.... more »
- Seattle, WA
I was introduced to the I AM Foundation through an acquaintance at the time, (now friend), Ken Cross. He came into my restaurant... more »
- La Jolla, CA
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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