The Brown Foundation is attacking hunger on college campuses and food pantries around the country. More than 1/3 of college student suffer from food insecurity. Your donation will help us decrease the number of college students who do not have access to healthy food options.
The Brown Foundation Math & Reading Academy was founded in 2021 to address educational deficits in grades K-5 IN underserved communities around the country. Your donation will allow us to continue to our mission of increasing access to education.
The Brown Foundation has partnered with Self Made TV to fund scholarships and endowments at HBCUs. This strategic partnership will further one of Brown Foundation’s CORE initiatives, which is increasing access to education in underserved communities.
Students who suffer from food insecurity are more likely to have lower grades and are more likely to withdraw from college.
Jackson State University received a $150,000 endowment and the Sonic Boom of the South received a $10,000 donation from the Brown foundation, which is the philanthropic arm of The P3 Group, Inc. The Group equally contributed $150,000 to Florida A&M University.
Studies show that student test scores decline during the summer. Math and Reading are the areas that experience the most significant deficits. Our summer math and reading academy goal is to eradicate summer learning loss which is more significant in underserved communities.