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Community Partners

"I feel so terrific about being a part of Project Morry. I have been working with the organization for nearly 20 years, and I recommend students for the program. Project Morry is the best thing I can do for a child and the best reward a child can receive for doing well in school. I kind of feel like Santa Claus when I can send a child to camp. And the School Year component is essential to keep children motivated to succeed."

Michael, Social Worker


Project Morry is committed to maintaining strong partnerships with respected schools, community organizations and agencies within the tri-state area in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for our young people. Students who participate in our program are referred by these community organizations who continue to partner with us throughout each student’s Project Morry journey. Our community partners play a vital role in the success of Project Morry and in the lives of the students.

Bridgeport, CT School District

Bridgeport, CT

  • Community partner since 1996; social worker as primary contact

  • 34 elementary schools and three high schools in Bridgeport, CT

  • 34% Hispanic; 51% Black/African American; 12% White; 3% Other; 98% eligible for school lunch program

Elmsford Union Free School District

Elmsford, Westchester County, NY

  • Community partner since 2004; Principal of Elementary School as primary contact

  • 52% Hispanic; 26% Black/African American; 10% White; 9% Asian; 37% eligible for school lunch program

Port Chester Carver Center

Port Chester, Westchester County, NY

  • Community partner since 2008; Director of Children’s programs as primary contact

  • After-school and weekend program for youth and families

  • 74% Hispanic; 7% Black/African American; 18% White; 62% eligible for school lunch program

PS 73

District 9, Bronx, New York

  • Community partner since 1996; social worker as primary contact

  • 72% Hispanic; 27% Black/African American; 1% Other; 86% eligible for school lunch program


Storefront Academy

Harlem, New York

  • Community partner since 2015; Principal as primary contact.

  • Implemented innovative math curriculum, Singapore Math, for kindergarten through 5th grade students

  • 100% students of color, 80% qualify for free or reduced price federal lunch program

The Issacs Center Beacon

PS 198 Isidor and Ida Strauss Elementary School, New York, NY

  • Community partner since 1998; Program Coordinator as primary contact

  • After-school program for youth and families

  • 38% Hispanic; 14% Black/African American; 35% White; 13% Asian; 54% eligible for school lunch program

United North Amityville Youth Organization

North Amityville, New York, Suffolk County

  • Community partner since 1997; Executive Director as primary contact

  • After-school and weekend program for youth and families

  • 69% Black/African American; 13% Hispanic; 18% White; 3% Other; 56% eligible for free or reduced priced federal school lunch programs