Applaud The Youth (ATY) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing literacy development in order to promote higher education among youth between the ages of 8 through 18 years of age.
NorthPhiladelphia is the poorest big city in the country. Nearly 40-percent of the city’s students are not graduating high school and only 30-percent of eighth grade kids are reading and writing at grade level. In 2009, we launched Mighty Writers in Philadelphia with a five-word elevator pitch: We teach kids to write.
We also had our mission statement at the ready: We teach kids to think clearly and write with clarity so they can achieve success in work and in life. This year, we’re impacting the lives of 3,500 kids in Philadelphia, Camden and Chester Counties with our free writing classes and workshops.
Research for Action (RFA) seeks to use research as the basis for the improvement of educational opportunities and outcomes for traditionally underserved students. Our work is designed to strengthen public schools and postsecondary institutions; provide research-based recommendations to policymakers, practitioners and the public at the local, state and national levels; and enrich the civic and community dialogue about public education.
The Felder-Williams Project aspires to increase awareness in the community on every facet of child abuse; along with encouraging children to grow through obstacles that stand in their way. We, at The Felder-Williams Project nonprofit organization, graciously accept any monetary donations given in support of helping the families and children in need!
To inspire & to become inspired. To transform, motivate and encourage men, women and children of all ages in our Communities. To Impact the communities through education, job training, team work along with helping defeat hunger & Poverty. Empowering & preparing others for a successful life, teaching that self-sufficiency, self-motivation, self-awareness, self-respect and respect for others, anyone can rise above their hardship.