Educational Programs & School Support
Working with libraries, school supplies companies, and schools across the country, Kids Change the World provides school supplies, books, scholarship, and other educational resources to students and classrooms in need.
Thus far for the 2016-2017 academic year, Kids Change the World has provided over 1,000 books and educational resources to students around the world.
In 2015 and 2016, the U.S.-China Intercultural Exchange was established to pair students in the United States and the People's Republic of China together to promote and cultivate mutual understanding across cultures. The program was funded in part by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
In 2014, Kids Change the World teamed up with FlatRate Moving and other nonprofit organizations to distribute thousands of books and school supplies to thousands of students and hospitalized children. Significant contributions were made to the New York Tri-State area: the New York University Langone Medical Center, Mount Sinai Health System, Bellevue Hospital, and the St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx.
In 2013, Alliance Publishing donated over 130 planners to needy students to help them organize their studies. Kids Change the World collected and distributed more than 1,500 children's books.
In 2012, Kids Change the World collaborated in a national movement that raised $12,000 worth of school supplies to Title I schools across the country. Additional academic subjects--College Physics and SAT Preparation--were added to the Education Preparation Video Database for students and educators around the world.
In 2009, Kids Change the World launched the EduPrep Educational Resources Database, with over 1 million hours and 6,000 worksheet pages of primary and secondary school content. These resources continue to be provided free of charge to eligible students and teachers.
The current Adopt-A-School project (2014-2018) is the Guanghuang Primary School.
With no chance at a solid education, many children are forced to work to help maintain their families who still remain in poverty. Over the years, the cycle continues. Without a formal education, students are not able to be independent in life.
The current elementary school lacks restrooms, a playground, and air conditioning. Kids Change the World is working with a number of organizations and the local government to renovate parts of the old buildings and erect five new classrooms.
This project has naming opportunities. Please contact us for more information.