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Mission Statement

The mission of The Glori Foundation is to provide positive experiences, exposure and opportunity that will help today's youth to excel in school, engage in their communities, and develop leadership skills through our educational, leadership and character-development programs.


The goal and objective of The Glori Foundation’s mentoring and tutoring services is to provide academic support to students in the Humble/Atascocita and Greater Cleveland areas. Our primary goal is to create an open atmosphere of learning for students who need assistance. We assist students in numerous academic disciplines through a variety of tutoring techniques by addressing their individual needs in a constructive environment. We prepare students through training, tutoring, educational workshops, seminars and special programs. We will provide a curriculum and an educational environment that will prepare all students for collegiate success.



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Would you recommend THE GLORI FOUNDATION?

by Audrey N. (November 12, 2010)
I would definitely recommended The Glori Foundation as a great place to volunteer because it raises awareness and needed assistance to help children in the community to become outstanding students through mentorship and tutoring. After all, the children of today is our future of tomorrow. I had a wonderful experience tutoring a child to help him improve his reading skills and I look forward to continue to see his progress throughout the school year.