• Since 2000, improved the academic, social, and creative skills of more than 750 children and youth through year-round , educational, creative and culturally-relevant learning opportunities through After School, Summer, and Older Youth Programming; M.O.M.I.E supports over 250 children and youth annually in DC and Maryland through the After School and Safe Haven Summer Camp Programs.

  • Since 2003, engaged over 10,000 children and youth in the community-wide Children’s Gallery of Black History, a hands-on history museum that brings history to life for young children through stand-alone, mobile, and in-class initiatives.


  • Secured DC 21st Century Community Learning Center funding through the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) to deepen and expand year-round programming at our long-time community-based facility based on Georgia Avenue; and replicate our program model at Whittier Education Campus, a Title 1 school based in Ward 4, and impacting 90 children and youth at these sites in 2015


  • Continued to successfully implement out-of-school time programming at our Georgia Avenue community-based facility, ages 4-18.; as well as our early childhood programming at Shining Stars Montessori Academy PCS, ages 2.5-7.



  • Launched a new early childhood After School Program through a partnership with Lee Montessori Public Charter School, engaging approximately 40 children, ages 3 to 6.


  • Secured one of the nation's exceptional Department of Education fundsthe 21st Century Community Learning Center Program grant, to expand After School Programming in Prince George's County Maryland, serving 60 elementary school-aged students, ages 7-11.


  • Secured funding through OSSE’s SOAR Initiative to pilot and expand our award-winning curriculum, The Great Person’s Series, within classrooms of three public charter partner schools, in efforts to enhance and fulfill critical humanities, cultural, and arts components in schools.  This efforts aims to impact over 150 children in 2015, ages 4 to 10.


  • Deepened and expanded our older youth-focused Youth Ambassadors Initiative in efforts to establish an institutional pipeline to higher education for our long-time participants, and have engaged our youth in new exciting enrichment including financial education; human rights education; academic development; college access coaching; and career/community development work. 


  • Completed our capital improvement campaign to renovate M.O.M.I.E's eco-green facility at the heart of Georgia Avenue, housing one of the After School Program sites that engage our long-time children and families; our office headquarters; and the Children's Gallery of Black History. 


  • Grew our budget from our initial pilot project of $10,000 in the Spring of 2000 to our current FY2015 organizational budget of  $979,505.


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