CAB provides funding to support the Pediatric Cancer Lab at the University of South Florida, to assist in preventing Leukemia. In addition to research, we also support their Fit 4 Truth Weekend Retreats for Oncology teenagers. The retreat is for patients and cancer survivors, and allows them to bond over their similar triumphs and struggles. The program includes team building, outbreak sessions and five “Ways of Life” steps to stay strong and create your best life— mind, body and spirit.
Children Across Borders supports the 11th Month Program at Academy Prep. Funding supports the purchase of supplies needed for schooling and enrichment courses during the June month and meals purchased for students through their Meals on Wheels contract. In addition, CAB provides a portion of the stipends needed for Academy Prep’s partners and AmeriCorps teachers.
CAB supports the Community Crèche, which includes 35 children of migrant workers, and also supports the educational programs for 30 students at the Ashraya Neelbagh School.
CAB is proud to partner with Brooklyn Emerging Leaders Academy, a STEM-focused educational institution that places an emphasis on female empowerment and enrichment, particularly serving low-income or at-risk young girls. As they proudly promote global citizenship and college exposure, CAB's support will enable BELA students to travel internationally as well as participate in a range of pre-collegiate activities designed to ease their transition into higher education.
CAB provides funds to support the education, enrichment, lifeskill and a daily nutritious snack program to 240 migrant children in seven centers throughout Goa.
Children Across Borders supports The Girl2B Coaching Centers in Calcutta. The Coaching Centers provide personalized coaching aimed to bridge the educational gap of the girl versus mainstream education, helping her get board-certified for class 12. A class 12 certificate is the base from where they can either continue their academics into higher education, or obtain basic jobs (Class 12 is a requisition for most decent paying jobs and all government jobs.)
Children Across Borders provides continued support towards the physiotherapy and exercise needed to enhance patient mobility, in addition to funding vocational and job-training to help those who have completed their education but are having a difficult time finding a job. The funding also enhances the lives of the children by providing them with music, dance, and art classes, which allows them to develop their true talents while also serving as therapy as they deal with hemophilia.
The mission of Kids & Canines is to give at-risk youth the support, tools, and opportunities to empower themselves and improve their lives, and; to provide trained dogs to individuals looking for emotional support from a dog, and to those looking for a dog to serve in a therapeutic role.
Mathrushree is a special residential school for mentally challenged children from economically poor areas of Bangalore. The home provides educational instruction, and appropriate life-skills to enable them to live in the society like their peers. Behavior modified programs are taught through the services of physiotherapy, speech therapy, music therapy, yoga therapy and special education techniques by a team of interdisciplinary teachers. Children Across Borders provides funding to support the physiotherapy equipment, food & milk, transportation and medical needs for 100 children.
Children Across Borders provides funding to support the purchase of curriculum and various tools to assist teachers in providing quality education and life training skills for this unique population of mentally disadvantaged students.
Project Starfish’s mission is to provide general health care services, diabetic screening, and treatment clinics serving children in Southern India, with American and Indian health care professionals collaborating to sustain medical coverage in these communities.
The mission of S. Ramakrishna Memorial Kannada Primary and High School is to provide free education to underprivileged children in rural/semi-urban areas, regardless of background or religion, empowering them to claim equal rights as citizens of India.
The mission of Starting Right, Now is to end homelessness for youth by providing one-on-one mentoring, a stable home, assisting with employment opportunities, teaching financial literacy/life skills and promoting educational achievement.
The mission of the Train Up Foundation is to positively change the culture of at-risk youth by providing them with the resources they need to be successful in life, including the Train Up First Life Skills Digital Curriculum, which shows measured improvement in students’ Social and Emotional Learning, school attendance improvement, and overall behavior.
Children Across Borders provides financial support to their Children’s Needs Fund, which provides basic needs for children while they are in foster care, in addition to supporting Tibet, their courthouse dog, who helps calm the children’s nerves and builds confidence when telling their story to the courts.