How much it costs per student to provide an onsite program director who supervises daily study halls, provides admissions counseling and tutoring services, and serves as lacrosse coach. Also covers the cost of all team travel and equipment costs.
How much it costs to bring HLL to one public school in Harlem. This year we've added two new school sites in Harlem and our first school site in Baltimore.
The amount our deserving student-athletes earned in academic scholarship offers since 2011.
We're always looking for new people to help us out and get involved. E-mail Louie Sawi at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about tutoring, coaching and mentoring opportunities.
A huge thank you goes out to every one of our partners. We wouldn't be here today without you.
The Harlem Children’s Zone
The Seedlings Foundation
L + M Development Partners
UJA-Federation of New York
Anna-Maria & Stephen Kellen Foundation
The Dick's Sporting Goods Foundation
The Lauder Foundation
The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc.
The Henry E. Niles Foundation
Bulldogs Care Foundation
The ING U.S./Voya Foundation
Columbia Community Service
The Bill Belichick Foundation
The Stephen A. & Alexandra M. Cohen Foundation
The Horizon Foundation
The Laura B. Vogler Foundation
U.S. Lacrosse AED Matching Grant Program
U.S. Lacrosse Urban Outreach Grant Program
Frederick Douglass Academy I
P.S. / M.S. 149 the Sojourner Truth School
P.S. / I.S. 76 A. Philip Randolph
Promise Academy II
The Commodore John Rodgers School
Concord-Carlisle Youth Lacrosse
Ridgewood Lacrosse Association
Bergen Catholic Lacrosse
New Canaan Youth Lacrosse
Scarsdale Youth Lacrosse
Briarcliff Manor Youth Lacrosse
Clifford Chance LLP (pro bono counsel)
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