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Community Partners

Heart Math Tutoring 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!

2019/20 Volunteer Partners

Thank you to all of our volunteer partners for encouraging their employees and members to become Heart Tutors, helping students build the strong foundation in math and enthusiasm for academics needed for long-term success! For more information on becoming a volunteer partner, reach out to

2019/20  Schools Funding Partners

Heart’s work in the 2019/20 school year is made possible through financial support during FY19 from the partners listed below, along with generous contributions by individual donors. Thank you for supporting Heart!

View the full list of Heart financial supporters from FY14, FY15, FY16FY17FY18 and FY19

Lead Funders ($100,000+)

School Sponsors ($30,000+)

Funding Partners ($10,000-$29,999)

Alpha and Omega
Charlotte Merchants Foundation
William C. and Norma C. Cannon Charitable Trust
George W. and Ruth R. Baxter Foundation

Funding Partners ($1,000-$9,999)

Beacon Partners Fund
Birdseye Renewable Energy
Christ Episcopal Church
Crowder Constructors
Duke Energy Foundation
First Presbyterian Church - Catherine S. Grier Fund
First Presbyterian Church - Presbyterian Women
Frontier Capital Foundation
GEM Foundation
Harvard Business School Alumni Association
Junior League of Charlotte
Movement Mortgage
Network for Good
ONEHOPE Foundation
Pamlico Capital
Pfizer Foundation
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Selwyn Avenue Presbyterian Church
Synchrony Financial
St. John's Baptist Church
The Duke Endowment

Other Partners

We’re so grateful for our additional partners, listed below!

90% of teachers surveyed in 2017/18 saw growth in foundational math skills in their students, and 89% said their students showed increased confidence and/or enthusiasm in math as a result of Heart.