To fund an after-school education program for underserved students and those with ADHD. To fund the development of curriculum for volunteer tutors to effectively communicate and coach ADHD kids.
Programming and Dollar Needs:
Program provides after-school tutoring services for students in middle and elementary schools independent from schools. We also provide a free weekly tutoring service at a local middle school and two Title 1 feeder elementary schools. The funding will be used for research, curriculum development, transportation, and general operation.
The Grant Writer should be ready to begin work on:
Our organization is a(n):
Non Profit, 501c3
Our company is in existence for:
We presently provide or will be providing services in the geographic areas of:
Our organization primarily aims to serve elementary and middle school children with learning disabilities or ADHD who come from less privileged communities and backgrounds. Our main program provides supplementary one-on-one math tutoring for those students. We are also partnering with local schools to provide tutoring after school, and we have a summer program.
This will be our first time applying for grant funding.
We have not previously received grant funds.
We have a copy of our previously written grant application(s).
We have a fundraising packet.
We have an agency mission statement: We believe that every child in America deserves to have a quality education, no matter their circumstance. Children with learning disabilities or ADHD often struggle in school, not because they lack the capacity to learn, but because they need a different learning environment to succeed. Our organization provides an opportunity for those kids to have an individualized learning experience through our free tutoring services.