Education and Youth Achievement Fund
Using baseball to attract student athletes to "Support, Service and Success," funding supports various activities and counseling, to help the Bonnies place its participants in appropriate high schools and colleges.
Operating support for two unique Brooklyn-based boarding schools - Catherine McAuley and Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School. All students maintain a 85% average and 100% of graduates go to college.
Support to establish a library at CPCS middle school, while purchasing new texts to expand BwCCS's middle school library collection
Support for a college-level science education program serving 140 minority high school students which prepares them for careers in health, and provides science activities to 50 middle school students.
Support for Arab American Family Education Initiative, which provides holistic academic support for youth while empowering parents with the skills to become active in their children
Support for organization's Arab American Family Education Initiative, which provides holistic academic support for youth while simultaneously empowering parents to become active in their children's education.
Support for an Early Childhood Program which targets families with children birth - age 3 who are at risk of educational failure. The Program promotes engaged and responsive parenting, family literacy and early learning.
Continued support for the middle school expansion and the launch an elementary academy and a high school component in the fall of 2010.
Support for 826NYC's free one-on-one After-School Tutoring provides students with individualized attention for homework and other projects. This program helps students earn better grades, boost their confidence and become engaged learners.
Brooklyn Community Foundation is accepting Letters of Inquiry for new and renewed funding requests through January 31, 2011. Please review our guidelines and procedures prior to beginning your online application. The next window in which to submit Letters of Inquiry will take place in July 2011.