We are deeply grateful for the support of the following like-minded organizations, corporations, individuals and foundations to serve more low-income youth annually than any other education and travel organization in the United States.
United Airlines invests in the communities where our customers live and work. The company utilizes its employees, planes and network to break down barriers and promote inclusion, and help future generations find value in our differences to make positive social change.
Through purposeful investments, employee engagement and thoughtful advocacy efforts, Boeing and its employees support innovative partnerships and programs that align with our strategic objectives, create value and help build better communities worldwide.
The Heckscher Foundation was founded in 1921 to promote the welfare of children in New York and elsewhere throughout the United States. Today, it provides grants to youth-serving organizations in the fields of education, family services, child welfare, health, arts and recreation.
The Charles Hayden Foundation seeks to promote the mental, moral and physical development of children and youth ages five to eighteen in the metropolitan area of New York and the City of Boston. Their focus is on those institutions and programs serving youth most at risk of not reaching their full potential, especially youth in low-income communities.
The Foundation, which was established in New York City in 1923, incubates and invests in innovative organizations that get low income kids to and through college. We believe ability, motivation and grit should determine who succeeds in college–not zip code.
The mission of the J.E. & Z.B. Butler Foundation is to support life-enhancing opportunities for at-risk and underserved individuals and families through partnerships with community-based organizations.
Pinkerton is dedicated to improving the lives of young people in poor neighborhoods throughout New York City by helping them develop the skills, self-reliance and strong values necessary to live up to their full potential.
The S.H. Cowell Foundation works to improve the lives of children living in poverty in Northern and Central California by providing support to strengthen families and communities.
Making grants to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world.
Thanks to the support of thousands of donors and community partners, we have raised and awarded over $7M in travel scholarships for students participating in the Global Glimpse program!
$50,000 – $200,000
Delanie and Peter Read
The Boeing Company
The Charles Hayden Foundation
The Heckscher Foundation for Children
H Partners Management
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
$10,000 – $49,999
Betty & Jack Schafer
Booz Allen and Company
Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund
Edwin Gould Foundation
General Electric Foundation
Heckscher Foundation for Children
J.E. and Z.B. Butler Foundation
Leo M. Shortino Family Foundation
Martino Family Foundation
May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust
S.H. Cowell Foundation
Staple Street Capital
$2,500 – $9,999
Antoine and Emily Van Agtmael
The Barry and Wendy Meyer Charitable Foundation
CBRE Group, Inc.
The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County
Elaine Ulman and David Pesuit
Hootan and Steve Owens
Marisa V. Arredondo
The Schager Family Philanthropic Fund
Scott and Samantha Zinober
S.D. Trombetta Foundation
$1,000 – $2,499
Krishnan Shah Family Foundation
Kyle Michael Landig
Little Wings Foundation
The Martin Granddaughter Fund
Pete and Sally Masucci
Silicon Valley Bank Foundation
Tom and RaeAnne Pae
Summer Search is dedicated to helping low-income youth build the confidence, character and skills needed to complete college and achieve their full potential.
The SEO Scholars Program is a year-round, out-of-school, academically rigorous program that prepares motivated urban public high school students to earn.
The Schuler Scholar Program (SSP) prepares under-resourced, high potential students to succeed at the most competitive private colleges and universities.
Global Citizen Year is a premier global bridge year program designed to unleash the potential of the next generation of young Americans as authentic leaders and effective agents of change.
World Savvy: Curriculum Development Partner
World Savvy educates and engages youth in community and world affairs, to learn, work and thrive as responsible global citizens in the 21st century.
Amigos de las Américas inspires and builds young leaders through collaborative community development and immersion in cross-cultural experiences..
STA Travel is a global travel specialist with 30 years experience advising young people on holidays and adventures abroad.
Inspiring Capital is helping not-for-profits earn and optimize revenue through engaging investors and donors to have more impact for less money.