Raising 100,000 Voices

Project Partners List from Past Project Years

 

Community Project Partners 2012-2013

The Center for Youth Services, Inc.
Charles Settlement House, Inc. Teens
Citizen U
Dazzle School of Visual and Performing Arts, Inc.
Frank Fowler Dow School #52 – Rochester City School District
Grace Community Village, Inc. Y.E.P.P.
Monroe County Youth on the Move
Teens Advocating Non Violence (TAN) of Parsells Avenue Community Church
School of Imaging and Information Technology at Edison, Rochester City School District

Community Project Partners 2011-2012

Charles Settlement House, Inc’s Teens
The Community Place of Greater Rochester, Inc.’s, Youth-Adult Partnership/Sankofa Leadership Academy (YAP/SLA)
Dazzle School of Visual and Performing Arts, Inc.
General Elwell S. Otis School #30, Rochester City School District
Grace Community Village, Inc.’s, Y.E.P.P.
Operation High Learning, Inc. (OHL) & The Thomas P. Ryan Community Center
School of Imaging and Information Technology at Edison, Rochester City School District
Youth In Progress

Community Project Partners 2010-2011

Charles Settlement House, Inc’s Teens
The Community Place of Greater Rochester, Inc.’s, Youth-Adult Partnership/Sankofa Leadership Academy (YAP/SLA)
Dazzle School of Visual and Performing Arts, Inc.
General Elwell S. Otis School #30, Rochester City School District
Grace Community Village, Inc.’s, Y.E.P.P.
Operation High Learning, Inc. (OHL) & The Thomas P. Ryan Community Center
Teens Advocating Nonviolence (TAN) of Parsells Avenue Community Church
Rochester STEM High School, Rochester City School District
School of Imaging and Information Technology at Edison, Rochester City School District
Youth In Progress

Community Project Partners 2009 - 2010

Funded in part by the Tauck Foundation
CASA OF Rochester/ Monroe County, Inc.
Charles Settlement House
The Center for Youth Services
The Community Place of Greater Rochester
Dazzle School of Visual and Performing Arts
Parsells Avenue Community Church—Teens Advocating Non-Violence
Rochester City School District 

  • East High School
  • School of Imaging & Information Technology at Edison
  • School #30

Grace Community Village, Inc.
Operation Higher Learning
Writers & Books, Inc.

 

2008/2009

Funded in part by the Tauck Foundation

Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ABVI)-Goodwill

Center For Youth, Inc.

Charles Settlement House

Community Place of Greater Rochester

Dazzle School of Visual and Performing Arts

Grace Community Village, Inc.

Operation Higher Learning

Rochester City School District

  • School #30
  • Edison School of Information & Imaging
  • Water Tower Academy

Teens Advocating Non-Violence/Parsells Avenue Community Church

University of Rochester YOU Team

2007/2008

Funded in part by the Marie C. & Joseph C. Wilson Foundation

ArtPeace, Inc.

Baden Street Settlement

Charles Settlement House

Community Place of Greater Rochester

Dazzle School of Visual and Performing Arts

Edison Technical and Occupational Center

Grace Community Village, Inc.

Ministerios Ciudad de Refugio/DePaul cdrny.org/dev2/  and  www.nydas.org

Mt. Hope Family Center

RCTV-15

Teens Advocating Nonviolence/Parsells Avenue Community Church

Youth & Justice Programs – Water Tower Academy – Rochester City School District

2006/2007

ArtPeace, Inc.

East Bloomfield Migrant Education & Outreach Program

Charles Settlement House

City of Rochester Department of Parks & Recreation

Community Place of Greater Rochester

Compeer

Dazzle Theatre

Global Media Arts at Franklin High School

Grace Community Village, Inc.

Hillside Children's Center

Rochester Community Access Television

Southwest Area Neighborhood Association

Youth Opportunity Unit of the Monroe County Department of Human Services

2005/2006

Boys & Girls Club at Franklin High School

City of Rochester - Department of Parks, Recreation and Human Services

East High School

Edison Technical & Occupational Center

Grace Community Village, Inc.

Rural & Migrant Ministry

School of the Arts (SOTA)

Strong Ties Young Adult Program

United Way of Seneca Count SURGE After School Program