Applications Will Be Accepted After January 1, 2019

The Autumn 2018 Board Meeting for the Directors of the Luther I. Replogle Foundation will be held on November 2 and 3 in Washington, DC.  The grant request period is currently closed.  The link to the online portal will be turned on again after January 1, 2019.  If you have an application pending that will be considered by the Directors at this November meeting (you … Continue reading Applications Will Be Accepted After January 1, 2019

Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena in Washington DC

Friends of FDIA created the Kids On Ice® (KOI) program, providing free figure skating, hockey and speed skating lessons to economically disadvantaged children who might not otherwise have the opportunity to learn these sports. This program is unique in that all three types of skating are Olympic sports, it offers programming to both boys and girls, and parents can choose from either a team sport … Continue reading Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena in Washington DC

Storycatchers Theatre in Chicago IL

Storycatchers Theatre in Chicago IL

  Storycatchers Theatre prepares young people to make thoughtful life choices through the process of writing, producing and performing original musical theatre inspired by personal stories. Participants from several Storycatchers Theatre programs performed “Baddest Kids On The Block” at the company’s recent Annual Benefit Brunch & Performance on March 28, 2015. The performance ensemble included current Teens Together participants as well as alumni from the … Continue reading Storycatchers Theatre in Chicago IL

Homeless Children's Playtime Project in Washington DC

Homeless Children’s Playtime Project in Washington DC

The mission of the Homeless Children’s Playtime Project is to nurture healthy child development and reduce the effects of trauma among children living in temporary housing programs in Washington D.C. A volunteer was helping an older boy with a homework assignment about Martin Luther King Jr – the child was having trouble answering the question, “Why are you thankful for MLK?” – realized he was … Continue reading Homeless Children’s Playtime Project in Washington DC

Banyan Community in Minneapolis MN

Banyan Community in Minneapolis MN

Banyan Community is rooted in the Phillips neighborhood to transform lives by developing youth, strengthening families, and creating community. When School is out, Banyan is in! Closing the Achievement Gap This short little phrase gets repeated a lot here, simply because we have so much going on.Programs go year-round with only brief breaks to catch our breath. When the school day ends, we’re just getting … Continue reading Banyan Community in Minneapolis MN

Reach Incorporated in Washington DC

Reach Incorporated develops confident, grade-level readers and capable leaders by training teens to teach younger students, creating academic benefit for all involved. When Kyare was a 9th grade student at Eastern Senior High School, he signed up to be a tutor with Reach Incorporated. At Reach, teens are enlisted to be elementary school reading tutors and children’s book authors. Through the experience, both the students … Continue reading Reach Incorporated in Washington DC