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Community Partners

Heart was built through the collaboration and support of the community. Members of Social Venture Partners worked with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) and Communities In Schools (CIS) to design the original program, which is now supported by the volunteers and financial contributions of an expanding group of Community Partners.

Contact us to learn more about how your organization can join efforts with Heart Math Tutoring.

Volunteer Partners

With a commitment of one hour per week, many volunteer tutors from these partner organizations enjoy working in pairs and teams to help students succeed.

 

We’d also like to thank organizations who have hosted lunches and/or presentations in support of Heart’s tutor recruitment efforts: Wells Fargo, Wake Forest University, McGuireWoods, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, Bank of America, Patterson Pope, Amec Foster Wheeler, St. John’s Baptist Church, Global Endowment Management, Pamlico Capital, The South Park Rotary Club, The Charlotte Woman’s Club, and Selwyn Avenue Presbyterian Church.

Contact us to learn more about how your organization can be a partner in tutor recruitment.

Financial Partners – 2016/17  School Year

Heart’s work in the 2016/17 school year is made possible through financial support from the partners listed below, along with generous contributions by individual donors. Thank you for supporting Heart! (Click here for a pdf of 2015/16 financial partners. Click here to see our 2014/15 financial partners.)

School Sponsorship-Level Grants ($40,000+)

School Sponsorship-Level Grants ($25,000 - $39,999)

Funding Partners ($10,000 - $24,999)

Bronze Partners ($2,000 - $9,999)

Other Partners

Thank you to McGuireWoods, LLP for providing legal services. We love our copy & print company, Executive Documents Services! Thank you to www.handsoncharlotte.org, www.volunteermatch.org, and www.sharecharlotte.com for connecting us with volunteers.

94% of teachers surveyed in 2016/17 saw conceptual growth in their students, and 94% said their students showed increased confidence and/or enthusiasm in math as a result of Heart.