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Thank you for considering financial support!

Whether you are new or have been a part of the mission for some time, your financial support helps us grow to meet the vast need in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, where 56% of economically disadvantaged students are performing below grade level in math based on 2016 NC EOGs.

Every donation counts. Here are some of the ways your gift could be used:

$50,000 – Funds a school site, where 50 students receive one-on-one tutoring.
$25,000 – Supplies Program Coordinator and materials for one school site.
$10,000 – Provides a “grade level” (~10 students) with one-on-one tutoring.
$5,000 – Provides one-on-one tutoring for a “class” (~5 students).
$2,500 – Helps provide instructional materials for a school.
$1,000 – Sponsors a student in one-on-one math instruction for an entire school year.
$500 – Provides take-home math games and family engagement events at one school.
$250 – Covers family education events at one school.
$50 – Provides tutoring materials for one student.

Heart Math Tutoring is a 501c3 nonprofit, and all donations qualify for federal income tax exemption. We appreciate your consideration of this opportunity to work together to ensure that all of Charlotte’s students have a strong foundation in math and enthusiasm for academics.

Donate by mail

Please make checks payable to “Heart Math Tutoring” and mail them to:

Heart Math Tutoring
PO Box 30623
Charlotte NC, 28230-0623

Donate online

Use the form below to make your online donation. If the form does not appear, please email eelliott@hearttutoring.org.

Interested in volunteering? Find out about volunteer opportunities here.

Heart accepts in-kind donations and has an Amazon Give Shop set up through SHARE Charlotte here.

Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Branch at 1-888-830-4989. The license is not an endorsement by the State.

Using structured lesson plans, Heart volunteers work one on one with elementary-grade students for one hour per week.