For the past 20 years, Project Morry has developed mutually beneficial relationships with like-minded companies and foundations that have helped to make a meaningful and lasting impact on the lives of the young people we serve. We can create a tailored partnership plan that meets your corporate social responsibility objectives. Together we can achieve your mission and ours.
At Project Morry, we’re proud of our achievements. In addition to being a trusted summer learning leader with comprehensive and quality programming, we have made a positive difference in the lives of young people. We couldn’t have achieved this without the support of our generous partners.
graduate from high school
go on to higher education
of college attendees achieve a degree
maintain commitment through our 9-year program
There are several ways to create a meaningful partnership with Project Morry. We will work with you to understand your business and what you hope to achieve through our partnership.
Our programs are comprehensive and require significant financial resources. Your company’s sponsorship can make a significant contribution to the program.
Talk to us about increasing our resources through donating ‘in kind’ goods or services to support our programs or one of our annual fundraising events.
Become a major or supporting sponsor of one of our events. You can do this through making a financial contribution or by providing donated goods or services. Sponsorship packages vary per event.
Put fun and teamwork on your work agenda and help raise funds to provide greater learning opportunities for young people. Workplace fundraising is a great opportunity for staff to get to know each other and work together towards a positive mission.
We’d love to talk to you about how we can create a partnership that suits you and benefits your business or foundation.
For a confidential conversation, please contact (914) 592-3055 or email us.
Find out how you can make a difference by donating to Project Morry, holding a fundraising event, volunteering or getting your organization involved.