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Ways To Give Back

Ways To Give Back

Your generosity can take many forms to help bright, deserving students from New York City achieve their goal of a Harvard education.

Ways To Give Back
To make a secure online donation, please visit our Donate Today page and support the Foundations work with a financial gift.
To learn more about the diverse ways you can contribute to the Foundation, please explore the links to the left. The Foundation relies on both annual and endowment gifts to fund its scholarships and programming for the benefit of the New York City Harvard community. While financial gifts, ranging from one-time donations to planned giving to endowment gifts, are important, there are also other ways to contribute to the Foundation.

  • If you are a member of the Harvard Club, attend our events.
  • Help us find engaging speakers and panelists for our numerous programs.
  • Introduce us to appropriate internship partners for our Summer Fellows.
  • Approach us with co-curricular learning opportunities that may tie into graduate student work at Harvard.

The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the generous support of our donors and our many supporters without whom our mission would not be realized.

Scholar Spotlight

Paul Handorff, '14 is a talented pianist who has received awards for his outstanding achievements in mathematics, science, and the humanities. As a freshman at Harvard, Paul

"was among the top 250 scorers on the William Lowell Putnam Competition, a math competition for undergraduate students in the United States and Canada."
Paul also teaches for ESP, a student group that offers classes for hundreds of local middle and high school students.
"I've always enjoyed teaching and tutoring in high school,"
he reflects,
"but I never knew how challenging--and how rewarding--teaching could be until ESP gave me the opportunity to run my own classroom for a semester."
Paul plans to continue his study of mathematics in graduate school.