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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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.


graduate from high school


go on to higher education


of college students achieve a degree


maintain commitment through our 9-year program

Graduates to Date 255

Current Campers 400+

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Dyeemah Simmons

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

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Announcing the 2019 Morry Award Honorees

Posted Date: July 09, 2019 | Posted In: Latest News

Project Morry is excited to announce David and Shelley Tager as the 2019 Morry Award recipients. The Tagers are past Project Morry Board Members and founders as well as Directors/Owners Emeritus of Camp IHC. David served as Project Morry Board President from 1998-2000, while Shelley was one of the founding members of Camps That Give, a fundraising partnership with private camps. The Tagers also introduced Project Morry to the United North Amityville Youth Organization (UNAYO) which has been a community partner for over 20 years. Please join us at Project Morry's Annual Benefit on November 6, 2019 to honor the Tagers' lasting commitment and impact on the organization and the children we serve.

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Join Us at the 2019 Annual Benefit!

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

Join us for the 2019 Annual Benefit! On Wednesday November 6, 2019, join us as we celebrate the 2019 Annual Benefit for Project Morry at Pier Sixty Chelsea Piers on the Hudson River. Enjoy cocktails, spectacular views and great food with old friends and new. We will recognize David and Shelley Tager, past Project Morry Board Members and founders as well as Directors/Owners Emeritus of Camp IHC, with the Morry Award, Project Morry's highest honor. All event proceeds will directly support Project Morry's year round programming.

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