Giving Tuesday Now

The Education Trust–New York advocates for educational equity throughout New York State. We are grateful to work alongside our partners and their communities to increase all students’ access to equitable educational experiences. For #GivingTuesday, a special day of global giving, we invite you to learn a bit about our partner organizations and consider contributing to their vital work in this uncertain time.

Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology (BCAT)

To provide opportunities for careers through the arts and workforce development

Committee for Hispanic Children & Families (CHCF)

CHCF combines education, capacity-building, and advocacy to strengthen the support system and continuum of learning for children and youth.

Ibero-American Action League

Ibero, a dual-language human services agency, ignites the potential of individuals and families in New York State’s Latino Community.


INCLUDEnyc is the leading nonprofit serving youth with disabilities and their families in New York City, especially those from low-income, immigrant, and underserved communities. Our mission is to foster positive futures for young people with any disability (birth to age 26) by creating access to educational, employment, and independent living opportunities, and advocating with families for meaningful inclusion in the broader community. For 37 years, we have helped families understand their rights, navigate important transition periods, and access services to support their child. We also work directly with young people to help them graduate from high school, explore postsecondary employment or higher education options, and develop self-advocacy and life skills. Each year, INCLUDEnyc reaches over 950,000 individuals with critical news, resources, and event information, while directly serving more than 8,000 youth, parents, and professionals with our multi-lingual Help Line, one-to-one community assistance, workshops and trainings, events, information resources, service referrals, and advocacy skills development. To ensure accessibility for everyone, all INCLUDEnyc programs are free, and offered in English and Spanish, with translation services available in 200+ other languages as needed.

Read Alliance

Founded on a commitment to educational equity and youth leadership, Read Alliance works to accelerate the educational trajectory of early elementary students through the power of teens who provide one-to-one literacy tutoring in under-resourced communities. Our dual-impact model addresses the achievement gap for young students while engaging youth in serving their communities as paid reading tutors. Since 2000, Read Alliance has employed more than 13,000 high school youth providing over 15,000 K-2nd grade students with one-to-one reading tutoring in communities throughout the five boroughs.