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The Eyeseeme Foundation

The Eyeseeme Foundation is the non-profit arm of the Eyeseeme Bookstore.  The Foundations mission is to encourage African American students, parents, and teachers to set high academic goals and inspire our children to believe that they can achieve at the highest levels. The Eyeseeme Foundation creates programs in conjunction with public/private schools, summer programs, community organizations and local area churches.  


Book AngelIn partnership with the Meacham Park Neighborhood Improvement Association, The Eyeseeme Foundation created the Book Angel Program, in order to add culturally affirming African American books to the Kirkwood Elementary Schools, Kirkwood Early Child Center, and the Parents As Teachers programs.  Furthermore, The EyeSeeMe Foundation matched 5% of total funds raised and donated to the MNIA Scholarship Fund.

Black Child Dr.Med Club After School Program at Nipher Middle school in Kirkwood, MO. The Eyeseeme Foundation partnered with the Saint Louis University Medical School and created a very successful after school program, which utilized African American medical students to introduce science and the field of medicine to African American middle school students. The children were very inspired.


Dr. Mentors  SPROG History Games SPROG Eyeseeme Foundation

SPROGThe Eyeseeme Foundation
 teamed up with SPROG summer camp in an effort to provide stimulating workshops for the SPROG campers. SPROG Inc. is a non-profit corporation that provides recreational and educational activities for children entering kindergarten through eighth grade. The Eyeseeme Foundation facilitated workshops and brought in African American Role Models and community leaders in spoken word poetry, medicine/science, and African American history/culture.

Other Programs and Partenrships...
*Meacham Park Neighborhood Improvement Association
*RISE Youth Group, in Montclair, NJ
*The City of Newark, Mayor Cory Booker
*George Washington Carver School in Newark, NJ
*Bergen Community College in Fairlawn NJ
*Various partnerships in Harlem, NY; PA; Atlanta; Toronto, CA; St. Louis
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