We radically empower young Latinas by supporting their transformation through extensive mentoring, holistic programming and scholarship funds for further education.
Each year we select a new class... Learn more »
JES is committed to community engagement and dedicated to building bridges between outstanding artist educators and the surrounding community. In response to pressing needs in our... Learn more »
Provide financial support for any student attending a Historically Black College or University (HBCU), advocate on behalf of HBCUS for philanthropic support from the alumni community, and host... Learn more »
MiraVia provides comprehensive support to pregnant women in need.
We do this through two unique programs:
1. COLLEGE-BASED, MATERNITY RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM:
MiraVia’s college based residence is a... Learn more »
Our mission is to enlist, develop and mobilize as many as possible of our nation's most promising future leaders to grow and strengthen the movement for educational equity. One milestone we must work... Learn more »
Greenhouse Scholars is an education non-profit that cultivates extraordinary leaders to evolve low-income families and communities. We work with the next generation of leaders and change-agents, and... Learn more »
At the Dottie Rose Foundation we encourage, support and educate girls who have an interest in technology and want to learn how it can be used to enhance their learning and future careers. Our camps... Learn more »
Boys to Men Foundation strives to give young men between the ages of 9-17 constant, positive male role models, effective relationships, community involvement, interactive teachers, open communication... Learn more »
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, is a volunteer organization that inspires a passion for and commitment to its partnership with the land and people of Israel. We support medical... Learn more »
Founded in 2001, Campus Pride is proud to call Charlotte home and is the only national Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning (LGBTQ) youth organization based in the South. Campus... Learn more »
PEEP provides local youth, ages 10-25 years in under-served communities with education in entrepreneurship, business and financial literacy via group mentoring in-classrooms, Saturday programs and... Learn more »
KIPP Charlotte is a free, open-enrollment, college-preparatory public charter school serving nearly 800 students in grades K-8 and 600 high school and college alumni. KIPP Charlotte serves... Learn more »
Project One looks for students from single parent families who are involved in their community, stand out academically, and possess a strong desire to succeed through higher education. The Project... Learn more »
CrownKeepers exists to sustain the arts and creative culture in Charlotte. We do this in a number of ways including: providing art and trade-based education to those lacking creative opportunities... Learn more »
Our organization, which began in 1985 at a single school serving 80 students, now impacts the lives of over 6,000 young people annually at 54 high-poverty, low-diversity Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools... Learn more »
Free Reign Theatre Company fosters collaboration between ambitious artists to create heartfelt, inclusive, and diverse theatrical experiences.
From Ancient Greek plays to Renaissance works, to... Learn more »
YDI exists so that one day every disadvantaged adolescent youth will have access to quality after school programs that provide structure, skill-building and social-capital building opportunities year... Learn more »