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Educare Center gets $250,000 Cox grant

The New Orleans Advocate, March 14, 2015

A $250,000 grant to support the Educare New Orleans center has been awarded by the James M. Cox Foundation.

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Fore!Kids Foundation gives $265,000 to New Orleans Children’s Charities

The TImes-Picayune, March 13, 2015

The Fore!Kids Foundation distributed $265,000 to New Orleans-are children’s charities, including Educare New Orleans.

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Educare Teaches New Orleans Preschoolers

WWNO, September 30, 2014

Educare New Orleans is embracing New Orleans’s most vulnerable children through instructional support and nurturing relationships.

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The Foundations of Algebra, Through Pre-K Arts Classes

WWNO, June 25, 2014

Educare New Orleans is encouraging their students to be more math-oriented – in a way that may surprise you.

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2013 Zurich Classic Champion Billy Horschel helps present contributions to Educare, Ochsner and Louisiana Lighthouse

sportsNOLA, April 3, 2014

Fore!Kids Foundation presented donations totaling $350,000 to three local charities at the Zurich Classic’s media day.

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Educare New Orleans a poster program for closing the education gap

MinnPost, Februrary 17, 2014

An early education center built on the ruins of Katrina is bringing back families to the neighborhood and giving at-risk children a leg up.

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Childhood center a boon to Gentilly community

The Advocate, November 14, 2013

There were dinosaur toys on the shelves, building blocks on the tables and a finger painting extravaganza ambitious enough to warm Jackson Pollock’s heart…

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Community Focus: Educare of New Orleans

WRNO-FM, November 4, 2013

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Rainbows after the storm: A proven plan to renew New Orleans

March 26, 2013, Purpose Built Communities

The nonprofit Bayou District Foundation was created by a group of civic-minded leaders committed to rebuilding and renewing New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

Inspired by the success of East Lake, Bayou District Foundation is leading one of the largest urban transformation projects in the United States today…

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Gentilly childhood center construction being touted by developers

The Times-Picayune, October 11, 2012

Developers marked another milestone in rehabilitating one of the city’s “big four” public housing projects on Thursday, holding a belated ceremony to tout construction of a new early childhood center among the mixed-income housing already going up along St. Bernard Avenue in Gentilly…

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