Support the Foundation for Letters on Giving Tuesday!

Your contributions allow us to continue to improve college access among students in urban high schools across New York City and expand our writing intensive academic and enrichment programs to other cities across the country in 2017!

See what your donations can do!


button-bronx-loaf – $5,000: Sponsor an entire Bronx Loaf Teen Writers’ Conference Workshop

(More about Bronx Loaf)

 – $2,500: Publish student anthology, “Breaking Bread,” for an entire Bronx Loaf Conference

(Read Breaking Bread Online)

 – $1,000: Sponsor a high school intern for the Summer 2017 Writing Abroad and Bronx Loaf

(Read Zion Decoteau’s FFL Internship Blog)

 – $500: Supply College Application fee waivers for students in our College Literacy Workshop

(More about FFL’s College Literacy Workshop)

 – $250: Purchase essential books for a new Writing Center – Elements of Style, ESL Writers…

(More about FFL’s Writing Centers)

 – $100: Pay for one semester of student peer tutoring at an FFL Writing Center

(More about FFL’s Writing Centers)

 – $50: Purchase journaling resources for a student heading abroad to write for FFL

(More about Writing Abroad!)

 – $25: Purchase a set of Anthologies for a Bronx Loaf family to enjoy and put in their library

(Order your own copy!)

Though the Foundation seeks financial backing from grant-making corporations, educational foundations and government sources, FFL’s main source of consistent, long-term support over the years has from individuals – who are not school alumni, nor current or former parents of students.

Therefore, as an FFL donor, you’re a part of a powerful movement – you’re helping to re-define the educational stakeholders in urban schools, transcending the boundaries (and limitations) of traditional educational support.  Give to programs like Bronx Loaf and Writing Abroad today! Help us make the Foundation for Letters a national force for change in schools and alter how support for urban education happens.

We believe that all urban schools can build External Support Organizations that provide enduring opportunities to improve educational outcomes. Please help the Foundation for Letters build organizations that continue to provide literary pathways to improved academic performance, increased college readiness, and better global citizenship for students.