Cultivating partnerships for thriving Edgewater neighborhoods, schools and businesses.
Edgewater Collective began in 2013 to rally the community around its local, neighborhood schools. During the first year of operation, Edgewater Collective experimented with different programs from art walks to tutoring programs.
Then in 2014, it was decided that the best way forward was to act as a backbone organization to rally community partners around seeing every child in the community succeed from cradle to career. This effort was known as the Jefferson Success Pathway.
Since the pandemic we've shifted to provide direct programming to help students grow academically, advocate for great neighborhood schools with Latino family leaders and provide housing and food support to families.