How EHTP Is Celebrating Diversity in the Harlem Community

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The East Harlem Tutorial Program (EHTP) is one of the many partners of Phillips Charitable Organizations, which seek to support and enrich the lives of wounded veterans, single parents, and students seeking STEM degrees. Since its founding in 1958, EHTP has sought to ensure that all students - regardless of ethnic or socioeconomic background - receive the necessary classroom instruction, experiential education, and personal support to excel in higher education. In seeking to level the playing...
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Phillips Charitable Organization Donates $25,000 to One Bead

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The Phillips Charitable Organization, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit known for its work with veterans, engineering students, and single parents, recently donated $25,000 to One Bead, an organization founded by Sara Wroblewski. While traveling in Nairobi, Kenya, Wroblewski met Anselm Croze, a local artisan who challenged her to raise $6,000 in support of a local school. She developed the idea of designing and selling beads made by hand from recycled glass, laying the foundation for One Bead. Today, One...
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4 Ways EHTP Is Empowering the Leaders of the Future

Phillips Charitable Organizations (PCO) is dedicated to helping individuals overcome financial obstacles to success and personal fulfillment. With the majority of its philanthropic endeavors focused on assisting single parents, injured veterans, and engineering students, the nonprofit has drawn on its resources to support a variety of charitable initiatives and partner organizations. One such group is the East Harlem Tutorial Program (EHTP), a community-based nonprofit that has enriched the live...
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