Holiday Giving: The Bronx Project

GSE’s Bronx Project needs your help!

Initiated in 1997, and affiliated with the Rosa A. Hagin School Consultation & Early Childhood Centers, the Project provides a variety of psychoeducational services to at-risk and underserved students in Catholic elementary schools in the South Bronx and Harlem- students who otherwise, due to overcrowding and budget cuts, would not receive treatment and help.

Click here to read more about the Project, including stories of how Fordham externs have helped to change the lives of the children they serve through this initiative.

In order to continue the Project’s work, we need your support this holiday season. Your contribution will enable us to continue to offer our current services, as well as allowing us to expand the following programs:

Annual kindergarten and literacy screenings

Teacher professional development

Afterschool academic remediation and tutoring

Literacy coaching

If you are interested in sponsoring a participating elementary school or student, a GSE extern, or simply making a general donation, the donation structure may be found here. Donations of any amount are welcome and appreciated!

The easiest way to donate is online, by clicking here, and choosing “Graduate School of Education” as Fund Category, and “Bronx Catholic School Project” as Fund from the respective drop-down menus. If you prefer to make a donation by check, please make the check out to “Fordham University” and send to:

Fordham University

888 Seventh Avenue

Floor 7

New York, NY 10102-2138

Attention: Rodger Van Allen (Development)

If you have questions please contact Michelle Adams at

We appreciate your support in assisting us to continue this important Project, which helps so many children each year.


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