Category Archives: Philanthropy

EHTP Benefit Gala Raises a Record $4 Million for Youth in Need

EHTP Benefit Gala Raises a Record $4 Million for Youth in Need

The East Harlem Tutorial Program (EHTP) hosted its 60th Anniversary Benefit on May 21, 2018, at New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. The annual gala honors those involved in EHTP’s mission to raise college graduation rates among East Harlem’s youth. This year’s gala raised $4 million and drew 600 guests, which are both… Continue Reading

5 of the Best Ways to Become Involved with EHTP

5 of the Best Ways to Become Involved with EHTP

Since its inception in 1958, the East Harlem Tutorial Program (EHTP) has expanded from a small children’s reading group and tutoring program into an organization that has transformed the lives of children from across the East Harlem area. Led by the driving core values of service, courage, humility, originality, leadership, achievement, and reflection (SCHOLAR), the… Continue Reading

4 of the Best Moments from the 31st Annual EHTP Spring Benefit

4 of the Best Moments from the 31st Annual EHTP Spring Benefit

At its annual Spring Benefit, students, staff, family members, and supporters of the East Harlem Tutorial Program (EHTP) gather to recognize the organization’s past year of service to the East Harlem community. The event provides an opportunity for the nonprofit’s leaders and stakeholders to look back on its recent accomplishments, recognizing the innovative programs and… Continue Reading

Charles Phillips Included on List of Most Influential Philanthropists of Color

Charles Phillips Included on List of Most Influential Philanthropists of Color

America has been a melting pot of people, cultures, and ideas since its inception, and with each passing year, our nation only grows more diverse. It is likely that, by 2050, over half of all Americans will be of non-white ethnic descent. As our country’s demographics shift, people of color are having an increasingly greater… Continue Reading

5 Ways the Apollo Theater Continues to Inspire You Need to Know

5 Ways the Apollo Theater Continues to Inspire You Need to Know

Since 1934, the Apollo Theater in Harlem has served as a major performing arts venue for established and emerging African-American talent. Here are just five of the ways the Apollo Theater continues to foster talent and inspire the broader community: A festive annual gala to support the arts. On June 12, 2017, Charles and Karen… Continue Reading