The After-School Corporation

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The After-School Corporation (TASC) "began in 1998 with 25 programs in New York City and has grown to support more than 200 programs serving over 35,000 children. TASC programs are operated by 130 community-based organizations such as Boys and Girls Clubs, neighborhood settlement houses and the YMCA.

"TASC began with a challenge grant from the Open Society Institute (OSI), which pledged $125 million, based on the condition that for every dollar OSI contributed, TASC was responsible for raising an additional three dollars. To date, TASC has leveraged more than $375 million in public and private funds. TASC’s goal of sustaining after-school programs long after the OSI grant expires is now within reach, as the field of after-school has grown and flourished over the past decade." [1]


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