by Team Frenalytics | December 9, 2021
New York-based cognitive therapy and personalized learning software Frenalytics announced an innovative initiative to match Title I school districts with grant organizations that advance educational technology in special education classrooms.
Through the Helping Hands Initiative, Frenalytics works with schools with special ed programs that may not have a grant writer on staff. Launched in November 2021, the program has an initial focus in the New England region – Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island – and offers schools assistance to obtain funding from non-profit organizations nationwide, including the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism based in Framingham, MA.
“It’s important to us that EdTech platforms like FrenalyticsEDU are accessible to students regardless of their socioeconomic background, and the Helping Hands Initiative allows us the opportunity to do just that,” explained Matt Giovanniello, CEO and co-founder of Frenalytics.
“We were ecstatic to have a chance to work with the Flutie Foundation team and offer this program to our schools. It’s the first step in building out our national footprint for this initiative,” shared David Campanelli, Director of Marketing for Frenalytics.
Applications for the Allison Keller Education Technology Grant through the Flutie Foundation open on January 4, 2022, and to maximize a school’s opportunity to be awarded funds for the 2022-2023 school year, Frenalytics is offering extended free trials and grant writing assistance for qualifying schools.
“This is a win-win-win scenario: schools that otherwise could not afford important EdTech tools can now better meet the needs of their students with special needs; FrenalyticsEDU can uniquely expand to Title I schools that have traditionally been resource-strapped; and grantmakers can now receive higher-quality applications and make an even greater impact to special ed programs with the support of their generous donors.”
Interested schools, regardless of their location, can check their eligibility using the Helping Hands Initiative’s online form. Non-profit grant organizations interested in joining the Helping Hands Initiative can learn more through live chat or by sending Team Frenalytics an email through our Contact Us page.
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