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Pleasant City Elementary
In 2005, The Player Foundation adopted this school. Whilst only footsteps away from the affluent Palm Beach area, Pleasant City - the oldest African American community in Palm Beach County - located in the heart of West Palm Beach, is known for its drugs, violence and crime. The school was established to provide a safe haven and quality educational foundation for children of this community. The school was selected due to the history of the area, the true dedication of the school’s staff to reunite the once flourishing community, and the similarities in needs with our first school located in South Africa.?


Pleasant Valley Connection Inc.
Mission: To connect community residents, families, churches, businesses and other organizations in a coordinated effort to improve the education, employment, health, well-being and community involvement of Greater Pleasant Valley residents and surrounding communities. The Pleasant Valley Connection was established in September 2003. We provide adult literacy classes, senior citizen actitives & programming, after school programming to area youth, and child development for children 3 & 4 years old. Our service include the South Augusta Road and I-85 Areas of Greenville, South Carolina.


Ponte Vedra Education Foundation


Ponte Vedra High School


Ponte Vedra Palm Valley Rawlings Elementary


Prince of Peace Catholic School
Prince of Peace Catholic School strives to be a model of academic excellence, moral virtue, and spirituality for every family seeking value-based Catholic education.


Project Learn of Summit County
Focuses on helping adults become proficient in reading, writing, English, math and life and work skills


Providence School of Jacksonville


Quincy Notre Dame High School
ounded on Catholic values, Quincy Notre Dame High School educates lifelong learners for lives of service.


Randy Foye Foundation
Randy Foye is dedicated to giving back to the community where he was raised which is Newark, New Jersey. Having lost both his parents by age six Randy has seen first hand the difficulties kids can have growing up in a tough urban environment. Despite growing up in these conditions, Foye still rose up to graduate from Villanova University in four years and is currently playing in the NBA. Randy hopes to be an example for the youngsters in Newark because he knows the difference a positive role model and nurturing environment can make on a young person?s life. He is committed to showing the community that you do have hope and you can make a difference in this world. Through Foye?s own story and contacts in the sports, entertainment and business worlds, the Randy Foye Foundation (RFF) raises funds and develops programs and projects aimed directly at improving the lives of the people, especially the kids, of Newark. Working hand in hand with the corporations and the people of Newark, the RFF serves as an example of what a grass roots movement can accomplish through special events if everyone is focused on working hard and giving back.


Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic Inc.
Our mission is to create opportunities for individual success by providing and promoting the effective use of accessible educational materials. Our vision is for all people to have access to the printed word.


Riverside Fine Arts Association Inc.
Enrich the spirit and enhance the quality of life for community through direct experience of artistic expression.


Robert K. Barton Memorial Fund
In 1968, Jack established The Robert K. Barton Memorial Fund at The Ohio State University in memory of his friend, Bob Barton. (Bob, his wife Linda, and another couple were killed when their private plane crashed en route to the 1966 Masters.) Income from the fund provides scholarships for students in the OSU College of Law who have an active interest in the game of golf, as Bob had during his lifetime.


Robert T. Jones, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund
Jack is a Director of (and regular contributor to) The Robert T. Jones, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund, which was established in 1976 at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and St. Andrews University in St. Andrews, Scotland. Eight Jones Scholarships are awarded annually for one year (four at each university). Additionally, two or three graduate students from St. Andrews are awarded a scholarship to an American university of their choice. The highly coveted Jones Scholarships are awarded based on academic ability and personal qualities; golf skill is not a criterion. Jack also serves on the Executive Committee for the Canadian Robert T. Jones, Jr. Scholarship Foundation, which funds student exchanges between the University of St. Andrews, Scotland and selected Canadian Universities.


Saint Peter's Preparatory School
Saint Peter's Prep is a New Jersey's Jesuit High School, educating young men in the New Jersey/Metro New York area since 1872. Saint Peter's Prep is a college preparatory school for grades 9-12.


Samuel Wolfson High School


San Antonio Children's Museum
The San Antonio Children's Museum provides engaging hands-on experiences where Kids Play to Learn and Adults Learn to Play. The museum offers three floors of interactive exhibits, including the newly opened PowerBall Hall, the H-E-B Kids' Market, a bubble ranch and weekly science and art activities for children ages 0-8. The San Antonio Children's Museum is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization and it depends on admissions, membership dues and contributions to provide important financial assistance that allows us to continue our mission of providing quality programming, exhibits and events to the children of San Antonio.


San Jose Catholic School


San Marcos Baptist Academy
Private day and boarding college prep school. We have approximately 250 students coming to us from 14 different countries. So many of the local kids that want to attend need financial assistance to make it work. We are a Christian school with Christ being the center of everything.


Santa Cruz Education Foundation
The Santa Cruz Education Foundation is a community organization that promotes excellence in Santa Cruz City Schools by developing and enhancing programs so that all students can realize their full potential. Our Vision: Excellence in public education--for everyone! The Santa Cruz Education Foundation was formed in 2003 by a diverse group of parents, educators and community leaders. The Foundation seeks to enhance the quality of Santa Cruz City Schools by raising private money to augment declining government funding. Although other area organizations raise funds for specific groups of students, the Santa Cruz Education Foundation is the only non-profit organization dedicated to serving all 7,000+ students in Santa Cruz City Schools. Our Goals: To educate the community about the critical funding needs of public education, To offer financial support for existing and new academic, cultural and other educational programs, To become the focus of district-wide fundraising for Santa Cruz City Schools, and to provide a continuous funding source for programs that inspires all students to succeed.


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