To ensure Durham youths receive post-secondary credentials and earn living wage by the age of 25.
School for grades K-2 serving low-income families.
To train and support volunteer tutors who provide free, long-term, one-to-one instruction to low-income children and teens who struggle with literacy skills.
We seek to ensure that every public school student in Rowan-Salisbury Schools has the opportunity to attend college or pursue post-secondary education.
To provide funding for broad charitable educational purposes.
To build peace on a foundation of health by providing a framework for humanitarian efforts to deliver medical, dental, optical care, emotional and educational fundamentals and Peacebuilding/Leadership training to children of war torn countries.
To support Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington.
To provide the student community with opportunities for achivement, enrichent and service.