North America World Literacy Foundation
The World Literacy Foundation (WLF) is a global nonprofit that works to lift young people out of poverty through literacy. WLF strives to ensure that every young individual has the opportunity to acquire literacy and reading skills by providing free access to quality education materials and innovative solutions that target wide-scale literacy. WLF operates and partners with communities in Azerbaijan, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Colombia, Mozambique, Uganda, and other developing countries to provide access to quality education for disadvantaged communities.
Kids In Need Foundation
The Kids In Need Foundation is a U.S.-based organization with a mission to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed in the classroom by providing free school supplies nationally to students and classrooms most in need. The foundation serves kids at schools where at least 70% of students are enrolled in the federal free or reduced lunch program. The foundation also helps students affected by natural disasters return to normal routines with its "Second Responder" program. The foundation also provides essential school supplies to teachers, who spend on average $564 per year from their own pockets on supplies for their classrooms.
The New Teacher Project, Inc.
TNTP, formerly known as The New Teacher Project, is a U.S.-based organization with a mission of ensuring that poor and minority students get equal access to effective teachers. It helps urban school districts and states recruit and train new teachers, staff challenged schools, design evaluation systems, and retain teachers.
CARE is a global humanitarian organization providing disaster relief to areas in crisis, while providing long-term solutions to poverty around the world. CARE has a number of educational initatives, including its efforts to rebuild education systems in post-conflict states, as well as other countries in crisis–whether the catalyst is political disorder or natural disaster. CARE programs also seek to help cushion education systems against the impact of HIV/AIDs and to reduce instances of child labor and gender discrimination in education.
WomenOne partners with institutions and community-based organizations to provide women and girls facing extreme poverty, cultural barriers and emergencies access to life-changing education. The organization carries out its mission through research, advocacy and innovative programming. WomenOne has operations in Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Senegal, The Gambia, Haiti, Turkey, Jordan, and New York.
The Education Trust
The Education Trust is a nonprofit organization that promotes closing opportunity gaps by expanding excellence and equity in education for students of color and those from low-income families from pre-kindergarten through college. Through research and advocacy, the organization builds and engages diverse communities that care about education equity, increases political and public will to act on equity issues, and increases college access and completion for historically underserved students.
Global Campaign for Education-US (GCE-US)
The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) is a coalition of national and community-based organizations, international NGOs, teacher unions, and think tanks in 120 countries dedicated to ensuring universal quality education for all children. GCE promotes access to education as a basic human right and advocates for the provision of free, quality public education for all children.