Our Giveback Model:

How Many Students
Can We Positively Impact?

By earmarking a portion of net proceeds from every tutoring hour to support educational resources for students experiencing homelessness &/or in long-term foster care, we can maximize our impact to help all students achieve & succeed.

With your help, we can give back
& positively impact students in need.

We’ve donated to provide innovative grants for public school teachers & support school programs through the
Tustin Public Schools Foundation, which serves over 23,000 students in 28 schools in the district.

We’ve donated to provide tutoring hours to students living in shelters, motels, vehicles, group foster homes, & on the streets of Southern California through
Schools on Wheels.

We’ve donated to help youth prepare for high school graduation & college enrollment through the Boys & Girls Club of Central Orange Coast, which serves over 8,500 children in Orange County.

We’ve donated to provide mentor hours to ACT & SAT students from low-income backgrounds through CollegeSpring.

We’ve donated to provide online tutoring hours to underserved students through the 
Learn to Be Foundation.

While schools were closed during COVID-19, we offered free online office hours to students in English/language arts, math, & science to any student.

We’ve provided
free high school & college prep summer classes to students at Samueli Academy & offered summer grants to ensure that any student who wished to attend was able to do so.

We’ve provided free K-8 English/language arts & writing classes to the
Boys & Girls Club of Long Beach to help students get ahead.

We’ve provided a free college admissions workshop with a Harvard-trained college admissions expert for Samueli Academy & Tustin High Schoolstudents.

We’ve donated to
Khan Academy, whose mission is to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.

We offer
need-based tutoring grants so that all students can get the help they need to succeed.