Each GreenLight organization collects data on its work and the impact on individuals’ lives. We track this data and report progress and outcomes.
children and families served annually
committed by GreenLight to Bay Area Portfolio organizations
staff members working for portfolio organizations
We search from coast-to-coast to bring the most promising, ground-breaking answers to some of Bay Area’s most challenging poverty-related issues. Organizations in our portfolio represent the best in their fields – in innovation, measurable results and ability to scale.
Blueprint Math Fellows partners with schools to offer high-quality tutorial instruction. Using daily student assessments to inform their work, fellows can target gaps in a student’s foundational knowledge of mathematics in order to ensure all students are able to achieve at and above grade level.
Genesys Works changes the life trajectories of low-income high school students by enabling them to work in meaningful internships, at major corporations, during their senior year in high school. After an eight week intensive training program, students work with partner companies where they discover that they can indeed succeed as professionals in the corporate world.
ParentChild+ envisions every child entering school ready to succeed because every parent has the knowledge and resources to build school readiness where it starts: the home.
ParentChild+ is an evidence-based early literacy, parental engagement and school readiness model committed to closing the achievement gap by providing families with the knowledge, skills and materials they need to prepare their children for success in pre-kindergarten and beyond.
Springboard Collaborative closes the reading achievement gap by coaching teachers, training family members and incentivizing learning so that scholars have the requisite skills to access life opportunities.
uAspire works to ensure that all young people have the financial information and resources necessary to find an affordable path to – and through – a post-secondary education.