Press Release

May 18, 2017
PRESS RELEASE


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
New Jersey Non-Profit Organization Launches Tutoring Program for Kids
ISELIN, NJ (May 18, 2017) -New Jersey (501(c)3) Non-Profit Organization, You’re All That Inc., and a registered trademark of Kids You’re All That®, has tutoring for kids to their list of programs.
The service is geared towards kids from K-8 grades and is being offered through Kumon. Kumon boasts the largest math and reading after school program in the world which allows children to work independently to develop their math and reading skills at their own pace. Tutelage is offered at the Kumon Centers located throughout NJ for two or three days per week.
You’re All That Inc., helps students acquire the basic skills needed. This tutoring program is just one of the ways the organization is working to achieve its mission of enriching kids’ learning by providing the essential tools they need to succeed.
The non-profit was founded in (2006) by Terry T. Gray after he observed that many parents were losing their jobs and were unable to provide for their children’s basic educational necessities.
Commenting on the decision to offer this scholarship service, Gray explained: “There are a lot of kids that need the extra academic help but the parents simply are not able to afford these extra lessons especially in urban areas. It is on this basis that we decided to collaborate with Kumon.”
You’re All That Inc., accepts donations on the behalf of kids who are less privileged and are in need of school supplies, backpacks, uniforms and other tools to function effectively at school.
Anyone can make a donation to the organization to help Kids who need to access the tutoring services.  Donations are accepted online and can be made through PayPal. The organization is also actively seeking volunteer Grant Writers photographers, Web Designers, Social Workers, Planners and Fundraisers. For further information or to make a donation, visit: http://www.youreallthat.org.

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