Partnerships

LIFT-DC provides career mentoring and financial coaching service to AppleTree parents and guardians in an effort to break the cycle of poverty.


Be Strong Families is the creator of Parent Cafés, an initiative which AppleTree has adopted to build a network of support amongst our parents and hosts each month.


ECIN is a collaborative of DC-based health providers and community organizations to offer early childhood mental health consultation to AppleTree families.


As part of the David Lynch Foundation, TMC (The Meditation Center) teaches Transcendental Meditation, a technique for relaxed alertness with many health benefits, to individuals in Wards 7 and 8.


Building Bridges Across the River (BBAR) is a socially conscious program dealing with and providing support of basic needs resources (food, housing, employment access and opportunities).


Children’s Health Center works with AppleTree to ensure students receive their immunizations and proper health care during enrollment. CNMC’s Medical Van will visit campuses throughout the school year.


PAVE (Parents Amplifying Voices in Education) is an education advocacy group that supports and provides professional development in parent leadership and advocacy to parents/guardians.


Joyful Food Markets are “pop-up” farmer’s markets held each month to distribute fresh produce and pantry goods to students and their families at campuses in wards 7 and 8.


Bainum’s support of AppleTree’s Parent Café program provides the opportunity to host and offer monthly cafés for our families.


In partnership with MedStar Georgetown, the Family Wellbeing Program at AppleTree offers stress-reduction and self-care workshops to parents.


Phillips Collection collaborates with AppleTree to offer art access and the “We’re All Artists” workshop series to AppleTree families.


The Smithsonian’s SEEC (Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center) provides AppleTree families access to their exclusive museum-based educational opportunities.


DC Central Kitchen will provide culinary arts classes to AppleTree parents and guardians who are interested in culinary arts as a career.