This nonprofit's novel approach to empowering the homeless starts with a simple premise: putting one foot in front of the other.
Presented by GLG
As the founder of a financial coaching program for low-income families, Sherry Riva is piloting a new method for helping those in need build wealth.
With algorithms and analytics, the Tennessee-based startup MentorMe is out to change the way communities invest in the young people who live there.
An innovative program in New York is helping abused women develop into career professionals. Could the model work for other at-risk populations, too?
This husband-and-wife duo opened a pediatric clinic to serve Brooklyn's neediest immigrant families.
Founded by two pediatricians, StreetCred helps low-income families get the tax credits they deserve, but often don’t know about.
Last year, the city launched a series of salary-negotiation workshops. The results have been promising.
CollegeSpring’s innovative curriculum has helped thousands of disadvantaged kids turn a far-fetched fantasy into reality.
Presented by Trust for Learning
Changing the way people view early education is part and parcel of the Trust for Learning's mission.
Presented by The New York Foundling
The New York Foundling has served foster children and families since 1869. Now it’s doing so digitally by equipping youth with the skills necessary to thrive in a tech-driven world.
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