In an effort to be great corporate citizens, Eyes On The Prize Tutoring seeks opportunities to both give back to the community and to provide opportunities for students to earn community service credit. Please give us a call at (631) 863 - 9389 or (718) 637 - 7356 to discuss these possibilities.
Eyes On The Prize Tutoring is absolutely committed to engaging in volunteer programs, particularly around NYC and Long Island.
Charity Events Supported & Recent Volunteer Activities
- MASA Volunteer - Masa promotes educational attainment, committed leadership, and civic engagement among underserved families in New York City, with a particular focus on families of Mexican descent.
- Upper Room Christian School "Fill-A-Pack. Give Back." School Supply Drive in support of local families.
- Sponsoring educational opportunities through our regular Eyes On The Prize Conversation Series throughout different venues of NYC and Long Island. We seek to make ourselves more than simply providing tutoring services. We exist to provide mentorship, as may be necessary at times, and to add value in our little sphere of influence to elevate our children to the greatest heights possible.
- Sports and Arts in the Schools Foundation (SASF) Spring Showcase Volunteer - The Sports & Arts in Schools Foundation (SASF)’s goal is to help bridge the academic performance gap among underachieving students by extending the school day and year with wholesome, skill-building activities designed to improve New York City children’s academic performance, health and wellness, attitude towards school, self-confidence, character and values, and opportunity for
- Support for Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association (CMTA) charity event. CMT is a little known affliction that affects over 2.8 million people worldwide. CMT refers to a group of genetic disorders that affect the peripheral nervous system. There are more than 70 variations of presentation in those with the diagnosis. Characteristic symptoms include foot drop, hammer toe, and wasting away of the muscle tissue in lower legs, hands, and forearms. There is currently no known treatment for CMT, though some patients will benefit from orthopedic equipment and surgery. And while progression is generally slow, the body will continue to deteriorate over time. The CMTS's soul purpose is to support those living with this disease by funding research for new drugs and treatment, improving the quality of life for patients, and to one day find a cure.
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