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🎒 Transforming Lives Through Education

Education nonprofits make learning more accessible for students across race, gender, and socio economic status. Whether funding low income schools, helping teachers succeed, or bridging opportunity gaps for students of color, these nonprofits play a significant role in our education system.

826 Boston Inc

Roxbury, MA

826 Boston is a nonprofit youth writing and publishing organization that empowers traditionally underserved students ages 6-18 to find their voices, tell their stories, and gain communication skills to succeed in school and in life. Our services are structured around the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success. With this understanding in mind, we provide after-school tutoring, field trips, creative writing workshops, in-school tutoring, help for English Language Learners, and in-depth publishing projects.

Girls Who Code

New York, NY

We're an international non-profit that works to inspire, education, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.

LEAP for Education

Salem, MA

LEAP's mission is to empower underserved and first-generation-to-college students to succeed in education, career and life.

Learning Equality


Through our Kolibri platform, we bring digital educational resources and tools for pedagogical support to low-bandwidth and low resource contexts.

The POGIL Project

Lancaster, PA

Our Vision... At The POGIL Project, we believe every student deserves an education that prepares them to think critically, solve problems, work with others, and experience the joy of discovery. What is POGIL? POGIL stands for Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning, a learning approach where student teams work together to construct their own understanding of content while developing skills such as critical thinking, teamwork, problem-solving, and communication, now recognized as essential for success in school, and highly-valued by employers. What sets POGIL apart... What sets POGIL apart is its focus on the development of key skills combined with the deep, meaningful learning that happens in a POGIL classroom environment. Time and again, we hear teachers say they could never go back to lecturing after seeing how well students learn with the POGIL approach. Thank you to our many donors and funders, including the National Science Foundation and the Google Education Fund.

First Book

Washington, DC

First Book makes new books and resources affordable and available to the kids and educators who need them most.


Brooklyn, NY

UPchieve is an ed-tech nonprofit that levels the playing field for low-income youth by democratizing access to academic support. Using their free, on-demand platform, students can connect with a certified tutor for homework help, test-prep, or college advice, all in an average of 5 minutes. Learn more at

Shoes That Fit

Claremont, CA

Shoes That Fit gives kids in need new shoes so they can attend school with dignity and joy, prepared to learn, play, and thrive.

Raising A Reader MA

Boston, MA

Our goal is to end the cycle of low literacy by helping families in high-need communities across Massachusetts develop high impact home reading routines that lay the groundwork for a lifetime of learning and success, in school and beyond. Through book access and parent/caregiver education, we empower parents/caregivers to be their child's first teachers.

Girls in the Game

Chicago, IL

At Girls in the Game, every girl finds her voice, discovers her strength, and leads with confidence through fun and active sports, health, and leadership programs.

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