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Community Partners

Community Partners

Through financial grants and agreed-upon goals, the Foundation partners with local non-profit organizations with proven service to provide excellent after-school programs for New York City children who might otherwise fall through the cracks. Such programs offer opportunities for personal and leadership development, provide mentoring and academic support, encourage children to be active participants in their own development, and engage them in fun and challenging activities. 

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Laguardia Community College's President Society is an immersive program that provides students with the practical skills, confidence and connections they need to succeed in today's workforce. Since its inception in 2012, the President's Society has supported over 400 students.


31-10 Thomson Avenue

Long Island City, NY 11101


The Douglas B. Gardner foundation has sponsored a swimming program for children being served by Children's Aid society and other organizations supporting children with unstable housing. Every Saturday morning, children engage in an hour-long instructional session.


3334 Amsterdam Avenue

New York, NY 10023

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New Heights Youth is a non-profit sports-based youth development and education organization based in NYC dedicated to educationg and empowering promising underserved youth by developing the skills necessary for success in high school, college and life.


2472 Broadway, PMB 112

New York, NY 10025

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Social Skills in Motion is a team of clinical Social Workers offering therapeutic interventions through sports and movement-based programs. They use a unique and interdisciplinary approach valuing being trauma informed, person centered and pro-neurodiversity.



401-699-2211 or 909-525-2773


The IDEAL School of Manhattan is New York's only K-12+ independent inclusion school dedicated to creating a diverse community that affirms and accepts the full identities of all people, while inspiring academic excellence, creative leadership, and a desire to build a more just and equitable world.

270 West 89th Street

New York, NY 10024



The Bridge Golf Foundation helps young men close gaps in achievement by improving college readiness, graduation rates, and workforce matriculation. Its location is a year-round indoor home for golf located in Harlem where professionals help kids develop golf skills.

270 West 89th Street

New York, NY 10024



BKYSC assists Brooklyn youth in their pursuit of college enrollment using basketball as the hook for academic engagement and character development. Through basketball and academic support, BKYSC builds an enriching educational setting that empowers youth to fulfill their potential.


100 Dobbin Street

Brooklyn, NY 11222

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The Earl Monroe New Renaissance Basketball School is the first specialized public high school with an academic curriculum entirely designed around basketball and the many career paths associated with the game. Its mission is to inspire youth to not only look up to players, but to respected professions related to basketball. 


1617 Parkview Ave

Bronx, NY 10461

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