Ivy Gives Back to the Community

As part of our commitment to social responsibility, we at Ivy Ed enjoy giving back to the local community, especially for programs that involve education.  Recently, in March 2017, Ivy Ed collected used shoes for Mane Stream based in Oldwick, NJ. For each pound of eligible shoes up to 500, $1 was donated to Mane Stream, and for anything over 500 pounds, $1.50 was donated. Sounds like an ACT or SAT problem, doesn’t it? For more information about this worthwhile cause, please see manestreamnj.org/take-action.  The money raised will go towards shoes for the horses.  This is just one of many ways Ivy Ed reaches out to the community to give back.

In addition to helping Mane Stream, we have offered scholarships to local students for ACT/SAT prep courses, run discounted courses at Boys and Girls Clubs, and given free college counseling to students through The Possibility Project in NYC.  You may even see collection bins for local food banks in our offices, too.  We also work with local schools, including those serving the special needs community.

Schools interested in possible test prep course scholarships should reach out to stefanie@ivyed.net to discuss the process for obtaining them.