Remick Foundation launches new website: expands programs and partnerships for under served students
The Carole Remick Charitable Foundation launched their website this week to highlight the philanthropic programs they support and to showcase the newest phase of the foundation’s growth plan.
The website tells the story of Carole Remick, the former educator and namesake of the foundation. It highlights the foundation’s flagship program that Carole established in 1987 entitled New England High School Journalism Collaborative (NEHSJC). The site also announces new partnerships with other 501(c)(3) organizations.
Students, high school teachers, professors, journalists and friends of Carole will be interested in this site.
“We are really excited to launch our new website. The foundation has been in existence since 2011 but this is the first time we have a dedicated site to showcase Carole Remick and all the tremendous work she did for students over the years through her NEHSJC program. We are entering a new phase of the foundation and we are excited about where this new journey will take us” said Mary Kaye Leonard, director of the foundation.
The programs that are funded by the foundation in 2020 focus on journalism, writing and education. There will be blogs set up to share news from the foundation and additional articles on education, writing, journalism, science and the arts.
Become a Friend of Carole (FOC) and be added to our email list to keep up to date on the future endeavors of the foundation.
You can find us at www.caroleremickfoundation.org
The Carole Remick Charitable Foundation is a non-profit foundation that provides funding for educational opportunities that enrich the intellectual curiosity, increase confidence and connect students in New England to life experiences and opportunities for future growth.
The mission of the Foundation is to support and fund not for profit 501(c)(3) organizations that provide educational opportunities for students with limited resources in the areas of journalism, literacy, science, arts and religion.