Why donate? To fulfill the economic D.R.E.A.M.
Our Experience- We Have a Commitment to Serving Inner City Youth
Created by financial service professionals, the founders of D.R.E.A.M. were born and raised in the inner-city communities the organization serves. As highly successful volunteer teachers and mentors to high school youth, both men have unique insight on how to serve their target demographic. This experience and commitment to service will assist with the fulfillment of D.R.E.A.M.’s mission to empower urban youth.
High-need, high-potential, low-income, underserved students in Public and Catholic high schools.
Strategic Partnerships and Affiliations
We are committed to developing our affiliations and partnerships to further enhance the scope and reach of our mission; this includes schools, community organizations, churches, and corporate sponsors. If you are interested in becoming one of our partner organizations, please contact email@example.com.
Financial illiteracy is a crisis sweeping through our country. It is irrefutably one of the most detrimental and disregarded contributing factors to the recent financial crisis and is worsening the economic divide and our national deficit. As Americans, the crisis of financial illiteracy is a burden to our nation as it has social and economic costs that affect us all, directly or indirectly. It will take a united effort to eradicate this national problem. Please join D.R.E.A.M. as we take that first step towards becoming a financially literate nation.
Help Fulfill the D.R.E.A.M.
Our goal is to combat this crisis by educating urban communities, one student at a time, on personal financial management, fiscal responsibility, and investing basics. BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION. Help develop the next generation of fiscally responsible individuals to lead our nation back to greatness. D.R.E.A.M.’s vision will only be realized with the support of our partners, donors, communities, and you.
Purchase reading and instruction materials for a scholar.
Assist a scholar with starting a personal savings account for their college tuition.
Subsidize a scholar's participation in the "Invest in Success" program.
Assist with funding new initiatives and programming.
Contribute to the endowment fund to solidify the longevity of the organization.
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