“Education transforms lives, builds futures, strengthens communities, and drives progress and innovation. Education is at the heart of what we do.”
Founder and President, Crimsonbridge Foundation
We believe that improving educational access, outcomes, and graduation rates for all students is a national priority to build a strong, bright future for our country. This conviction inspires our work and commitment to providing youth with an excellent education and pathway to success. We build partnerships to help improve the quality of educational programs, working with nationally recognized organizations to increase their impact. Our work includes:
College Success for All Students
We invest in innovative programs that not only get students to college, but also provide them with the support they need to flourish and graduate. While the national graduation rate for first generation students is 30%, our partner organizations show that it is possible to increase graduation rates for all students.
Hispanic Education Imperative
The Hispanic Education Imperative is a comprehensive initiative to increase Hispanic enrollment in Catholic schools and to improve educational outcomes for Hispanic children and youth. Our multipronged strategy includes: Support and Access, Financial Assistance, and Community Learning.
Mind, Brain and Education Science
Since 2009, Crimsonbridge has been a foundational partner to the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning (CTTL), which innovates in the field of Mind, Brain, and Education Science. Crimsonbridge and CTTL partner with Teach for America to train educators in the Greater Washington Region. Our goals are to maximize teacher effectiveness and to empower students to achieve their highest potential.
English Language Initiatives
Learning English is an important gateway to opportunity in our country. We are committed to helping immigrants in the Greater Washington region acquire the English language skills necessary to reach their highest potential and fully participate in the civic, social, and economic life of their communities. Since 2015, we have partnered with 10 organizations serving adult English language learners in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.
received support to work towards high school graduation at quality private and public schools.
accessed information about programs and services through new and effective communication resources.
100+ Nonprofit Leaders
advanced their skills to strengthen organizations and achieve greater impact in the community.
encouraged students to reach their full potential using classroom strategies from Mind, Brain and Education Science.