Turning the Page (1998-Present)

Links D.C. public schools, families and the community to ensure D.C. students receive valuable educational resources and a high-quality public education. Turning the Page engages parents and other family members to improve their children’s educational experiences and their school communities. Jason King (’94) www.turningthepage.org

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Students of the World (SOW) (1999-Present)

Students of the World is a 501c3 non-profit that supports a diverse community of storytellers to use their creativity as a force for good. Filmmakers, designers, photographers, journalists and creators of all kinds join SOW to find opportunities to tell stories that have an impact. SOW connects their community with avenues to tell stories that

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Global Fund for Children (GFC) (1994-Present)

Makes small grants to innovative community-based organizations working with some of the world’s most vulnerable children and youth, complemented by a dynamic media program that, through books, documentary photography, and film, highlights the issues affecting children and celebrates the global society. To date, GFC has awarded more than $35 million to over 600 grassroots organizations

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Dream Corps (2004-Present)

Creates school libraries and summer teaching programs in rural China villages to provide opportunities for underprivileged children and to nurture social responsibility in the volunteers. Xing Hu (’05) www.dreamcorps.org

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Coach for College (2008-Present)

Capitalizes on the popularity of sports to help disadvantaged youth in rural parts of developing countries have access to higher education, and to provide civic engagement opportunities for student-athletes at American universities. Parker Goyer (’07) www.coachforcollege.org

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