We’ve partnered with non-profits to provide us their curriculum and in exchange we give a portion of the revenue back as unrestricted funds. Meaning they can use the money to hire accountants, pay for website hosting, print signage, pay for grant writers and anything else they may need.
The Cooking Project – San Francisco, CA
Founders Sasha Bernstein and Daniel Patterson set out on a mission to teach young people fundamental cooking skills. By focusing on delicious, inexpensive dishes from diverse cultural traditions, their community of chefs, writers, home cooks, and farmers demystify the culture of food, make good food more accessible, and equip young people to successfully take on challenges in the kitchen and out. We are so grateful to have them as our cooking curriculum partner!
Code/Art – Miami, FL
Founder Amy Austin Renshaw saw the gender gap in computer science and has created a movement to increase the number of girls studying computer science by delighting and inspiring them with the creative possibilities of computer programming. What could be more fun and life changing than creating art while learning 21st century coding skills? We are pleased they have signed on to be our computer programming curriculum partner.
Urban Artworks, Seattle, WA
Amanda Hashagen leads Urban ArtWorks an organization that empowers young at-risk youth to create public art that transforms communities. Urban ArtWorks started 1995 to clean up trash and discourage graffiti along the busway in Seattle but has grow to include after school mural programs, summer youth programs, young curator and apprentice programs. We couldn’t be more excited to have them as our art non-profit partner!
Are you a non-profit with an
unique or inventive K-8 curriculum?
Let’s Talk! We are always on the lookout for new curriculum partners that have inventive and inspiring lessons and are looking for a way to bring those lessons to children across the nation in a meaningful way.