Partners & Preferred Charities

Key Clubbers further their service by working alongside charities with goals complimenting our Major Emphasis – “Children: their future, our focus.”

Partners

Erika’s Lighthouse

“A Beacon of Hope for Adolescent Depression”

Erika’s Lighthouse provides educators, students, and parents with tools to talk about mental health and encourages students to reach out if they are struggling. They offer a range of resources from presentations to conversation starters and simple worksheets for you to share with your club.

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Schoolhouse

“Connecting the World Through Learning”

Schoolhouse is a nonprofit that connects students around the world for free peer-to-peer tutoring over Zoom. Started by Sal Khan, the founder of Khan Academy, Schoolhouse offers both instant homework help and longer-term, small-group sessions in math and SAT prep. If you’re looking for a virtual volunteer opportunity, you can also become a tutor and share your knowledge around the world.

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Collegewise

“Students like us. Parents trust us.”

Collegewise provides top-notch college counseling, test preparation, and academic tutoring. Working with a Collegewise counselor means partnering with an expert who will help you navigate the entire college admissions process, from brainstorming your college essays to pressing submit on your applications. Many of our counselors have years of experience as admissions officers at top universities across the entire country.

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Preferred Charities

Thirst Project

“World’s Leading Youth Water Activism Organization”

Thirst Project hopes to educate the next generation by arming students with information about how they can be a part of social change, make a difference, and encourage others to join in the effort to end the global water crisis.

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UNICEF

“For Every Child”

UNICEF is the only organization of the United Nations dedicated exclusively to children. Working with other United Nations bodies, governments, and non-governmental organizations, UNICEF helps to provide for children’s needs in more than 150 developing countries through community-based services in primary health care, basic education, and safe water and sanitation.

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