ENDING THE SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE

This young man, who has incredible potential, grew up with a very unstable home life and few resources. Very early in his elementary school years, Wil

January 28, 2016

Our Mentors are the Life of the Program

Operation Exodus is grateful for the many hours of personal time, and emotional energy our mentors bring into our programs. In 2015: 1,792 Mentor Hou

December 31, 2015

Financial Aid for Program Fees

We are committing to investing in our families, most living on less than $24,500 per year in a city where the cost of living is almost double the nati

December 31, 2015

Parent Workshops are Booming

Operation Exodus is thankful for the strong support we are able to give our parents, many of whom feel ill-equipped to help with their child's educati

December 31, 2015

200 Hours of Independent Reading

Operation Exodus is thankful for the many opportunities we have had in 2015 to witness the growth in our students academically and spiritually. 200 h

December 31, 2015

172 Students K-12

172 Students K-12 172 is the number of Exodus Students K thru College that are having their hope in the future restored through our after school tuto

December 31, 2015

Operation Exodus Inner City: Year End Snapshot

Operation Exodus is thankful for the growth we have seen in our students and families in 2015. As we work to restore hope for our students and their

December 31, 2015
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Operation Exodus 2015 Impact Report

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 11/10/15 CONTACT: Julie McGarvey (212) 543-3305 Julie@OperationExodus.org NEW YORK, NY: Operation Exodus, a non-profit le

November 11, 2015

Mineo Takes a Leap of Faith with “Uncomfortable”">Mineo Takes a Leap of Faith with “Uncomfortable”

Andy Mineo has proven that faith and hip hop can be "surprisingly suitable partners," according to a recent interview with billboard. "Uncomfortable,"

October 27, 2015

Are the NYC High School Fairs, Fair?">Are the NYC High School Fairs, Fair?

Students that have been attending low performing elementary & middle schools in NYC's poorest districts often emerge to find their high school cho

October 27, 2015