Project Morry Celebrates 25 Years of Transforming Lives. Learn more about how we are Building Our Future, Securing Our Legacy.

Project Morry empowers young people from under-resourced communities to envision and establish a positive future.

Millions of young people in America face gaps in opportunity that prevent them from reaching their potential in their education, career and contribution to their communities. We’re changing the outcomes for young people in the tri-state area by improving opportunities and learning experiences through proven programs.

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We’re looking for dedicated, enthusiastic and responsible individuals who are ready to challenge themselves, have fun, and make the camp experience outstanding for Morry’s Campers this summer.

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Our proudest accomplishments are our young people’s accomplishments.

From communities where high school graduation rates are as low as 61%, Project Morry alumni’s academic outcomes speaks volumes.

98%

graduate from high school

85%

go on to higher education

91%

of college students achieve a degree

81%

maintain commitment through our 9-year program


Graduates to Date 255

Current Campers 400+

Dyeemah Simmons

Participant Stories

Dyeemah Simmons

Dyeemah attended Oberlin College where she double majored in Studio Art and English.

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Join Us on Giving Tuesday

Posted Date: October 07, 2019 | Posted In:

Join the Project Morry community on December 3, 2019 for Giving Tuesday. Empower 400 youth each year in changing their lives, achieving their dreams, and transforming the future!

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2019 Annual Benefit Raises $1 Million! 

Posted Date: May 27, 2019 | Posted In: Latest News, Upcoming Events

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019 we celebrated the 2019 Annual Benefit for Project Morry at beautiful Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers on the Hudson River. The benefit raised $1 million directly in support of Project Morry's year round programming, which closes the opportunity gap through a combination of academic enrichment and support, leadership development, exceptional summer camp experiences, and one-on-one mentoring.

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