Support Us

The Paul Robeson Freedom School is open to all Brooklyn youth, ages 10-14, but we rely on your support to provide a high-quality educational program to students of all income levels. Can you help support us in one of the following ways?
  • Donate school supplies
    • Call us at (347) 618-8675 or email donate AT paulrobesonfreedomschool DOT org to schedule a drop-off.

 

  • Donate non-perishable food
    • Drop off canned or packaged food to the school. Again, please let us know in advance!

 

  • Volunteer your time and talents
    • To become a volunteer teacher or helper in the school, call us or email join AT paulrobesonfreedomschool DOT org
    • We especially need: nurses, gardeners, field trip chaperones, secretaries, anyone with an interesting talent!

 

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