EDMO develops partnerships with schools, districts, foundations and other nonprofit organizations to remove the financial barriers that prevent children from accessing our programs.
As a nonprofit organization, we actively look for external funding partners to bring EDMO programs to systemically oppressed communities who would otherwise be unable to afford them. Once we have secured the funding, we identify community partners to co-design an EDMO program that best meets the needs of their specific community.
The San Francisco Department of Children, Youth & Their Families has been an EDMO partner for the last seven years. We are currently using their funding to bring virtual EDMO after school programs to children through Aim High, TECA, Mission Graduates and The Richmond Neighborhood Center.
In addition to our funding partners, we partner with schools and districts who want to remove the financial barriers for their students to access EDMO by using their funding such as ASES and 21st Century.
We are currently partnering with Ruby Bridges Elementary School serving as their comprehensive after school program provider.
Are you a foundation or corporation looking to fund access to high quality out of school time learning programs? We would love to partner with you! Please contact our Development Team.
Are you a school, district or a non profit organization that wants to partner with us? Please contact our Partnerships Team.