GapBuster, INC. was selected for the Salesforce Volunteering Impact Rewards!
This is a donation of $20,000 thanks to the help of John Orr!
“Our Volunteering Impact Awards program celebrates the global impact our employees have through volunteer engagements in the areas of education and workforce development. In FY23 we received more than 100 applications from passionate employees across the globe.
From this amazing pool of applicants, we are proud to award ten organizations with a USD $20,000 donation, recognizing their commitment to creating positive change in the world.”
GapBuster is excited to announce that we are now an approved WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) occupational program. For more information about WIOA, click these links below. Participants will need to register on the Maryland Workforce Exchange and Employ Prince George’s County sites to access the WIOA program.
After 20 years of service, GapBuster, Inc. is Coming Full Circle!
GapBuster, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, minority-founded educational organization dedicated to empowering the community through education. By promoting higher levels of achievement, and by enriching and supplementing students’ learning experiences, GapBuster aims to close the educational performance gap.
Our programs educate, enrich, and empower the tens of thousands of children that have passed through our programs to believe that they can live whatever dreams they can envision for themselves. Our results are impressive and have proven that every child can learn and succeed in the right environment.
“Over the heads of students, GapBuster holds a crown that she challenges them to grow tall enough to wear.”
~ Inspired by Dr. Howard Thurman
“Gapbuster was instrumental in building up my confidence as a student and as a person. It gave me a community where I felt safe enough to grow and explore different passions while also being engaged with my community. I was supported through high school and college and still feel like I have a place with GapBuster because it feels like a bit of home.”
“Malcolm Clyburn graduated from Morehouse college with a major in International Relations and a minor in Public Health.
Malcome then went to Mozambique for Peace Corps. When he returns to the U.S., he hopes to continue his education through graduate studies.”