The Clever Kids Foundation works with schools, local businesses, nonprofits and other organizations in support of our Mission.
Creativity and innovation benefits everyone, so please consider getting involved!
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Some of Our Current Partners
Fort Garrison Elementary School
The school is nestled in the northwestern section of Baltimore County. Approximately 410 students attend Fort Garrison Elementary School. The school offers a stimulating program for students from kindergarten through fifth grade. The school prides itself on being a well-established community, with proud and supportive parents who are interested and involved in the school program.
An award winning and best selling author, illustrator and columnist, as well as inventor, entrepreneur and publisher. With the release of Terple, Frieman is quickly becoming one of the most poetic and talented voices in children’s literature today. For more information about “Terple – Always Dream Bigger” (Trust Your Cape Publishing) and other books by Richie, please search for Richie Frieman on Amazon.
Eric Energy is the premier science entertainer in the Baltimore/Washington area. With over 16 years of classroom, camp and stage experience, Eric and his team are masters at bringing scientific concepts to young audiences and making learning fun. The Eric Energy show is ideal for general school assemblies, camp performances, preschools, Scouts, PTA gatherings, birthday parties and festivals, both large and small, involving kids and their families.
Jewish Volunteer Connection
The JVC is the hands-on volunteer branch of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. Its mission is to foster a culture of service and engage volunteers to meet vital community needs.
Afooda is a unique food-blog infusing traditional cuisines with a contemporary twist. Huppit Bartov Miller shares her interesting family background through dishes, recipes and stories. Her passion and love for food and cooking has even the novice cook excited about the kitchen.
A Baltimore native, Karen Goldberg, was in college, studying to be a gym teacher, when one night on a dare, she got up on a downtown nightclub stage during the band’s break and sang a tune. The owner hired her on the spot, an event that kind of changed her life. After six nationally distributed album releases, six international tours and hundreds of US college and concert performances, including appearances with 10,000 Maniacs, the B52’s and many more artists, today Karen teaches private guitar and music lessons and creates custom pottery.
The Baltimore Improv Group
The Baltimore Improv Group is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the art and appreciation of improvisational theatre in the greater-Baltimore community through a dynamic program of performance, instruction, and outreach. BIG connects with its performers, students, and audience to share in the energy and spirit of having fun.