of proceeds go directly to student services
A donation to Communities In Schools is an investment in the future of our country. For less than $200 per child per year, we are able to keep 99% of the young people we serve in school and on track to graduation.
Communities In Schools serves 1.25 million young people in 27 states and the District of Columbia, but many more need our help. Your tax deductible gift, large or small, will go to work immediately. The youth we serve can't wait – this is their only chance at an education. We hope you won't wait either. Thank you.
Donations to the Communities In Schools national office fund our critical work to support our affiliates across the country. You can also mail your donation or contact Tim Plant at 703-518-2579 to process your donation over the phone. To donate to a local affiliate, use our affiliate finder.
Contribute with confidence: Communities In Schools received a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, and earned the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance Seal for accountability. Communities In Schools was selected by GuideStar’s Philanthropedia as one of the top organizations in the country working with at-risk youth.
Other Ways to Donate
Planned gifts provide forward-looking support and offer a number of advantages to you and your family.
Your employer can help increase your philanthropic support for Communities In Schools.
Honor a loved one through a special gift in his or her name.
Gifts of stock or assets are a strategic way to donate and maximize your support.
Your company can support Communities In Schools by becoming a corporate sponsor.
Foundation grants provide essential funding for our work to keep students in school.
Beyond the Classroom Blog
Today’s blog post is by Communities In Schools President Dan Cardinali, who writes regularly for The Huffington Post. A recent Child Trends study affirms the effectiveness of integrated student services (ISS) in improving education outcomes. But what challenges and opportunities does the ISS movement face?
Students from Communities In Schools of the Nation’s Capital Joined President Obama for the launch of ‘My Brother’s Keeper,’ a national initiative to support young men of color.
Ellen London's career took a detour, and it's benefited young people in the nation's capital.