“We know there’s a vocabulary gap between kids from low-income households, and kids from middle- to high-income households. Low-income kids might hear a few hundred words before they start school, compared to thousands of words."
"If you really want to affect change, you can’t do this work without the people who are experiencing the achievement gap. That is, Latino and low-income families."
"We trust the Community Foundation’s approach to giving, and we feel good about being part of something that raises everyone up, and makes us all better off."
“We’re driven to opening kids up to their potential by disrupting any limiting thoughts they may have about who they can or can’t be. Particularly for those in lower-income populations, we work to overcome their pre-conceived notions of what they can or can’t do.”