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College and Career Counseling

Crystal Clear Educare Membership Program

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International Foundation for women’s and children’s empowerment

Simpson Sponsorship Program

Custom-Taylored Educare’s Simpson Sponsorship Program is the non-profit branch of our organization established through our partnership with the International Foundation for Women’s and Children’s Empowerment (IFWCE). IFWCE is a 501c(3) that focuses on lifting entire communities by targeting its most vulnerable populations, women and children. They recognize oppression as opportunity in disguise and plan to unlock humanity’s hidden potential by targeting areas of poverty, ignorance, disease, and inequality. The Simpson Sponsorship Program is designed to provide an opportunity for high school students of marginalized identities to have access to our team of Care Mentors, Cultivation Counselors, and Development Instructors at the expense of their sponsors. 

For every Crystal Clear Educare Premium Membership sponsored here in the U.S., a scholarship will be granted to send a girl to school in Uganda to prevent early childhood marriage and promote gender equity. All sponsorship contributions are tax deductible (EIN 83-1822904).

In Loving memory of

Crystal Simpson

 

Ms. Simpson was a mother to many children. Her endless love and pure heart was evident by the countless hours she spent helping the next generation as they fought hopelessness, poverty, and low self-esteem. She made it her duty to love them through it and ensure that they knew they were someone special. She had a way of making every life she encountered feel like they were more than capable. Her eye and ear for greatness were microscopic, as she was keen on details no one else could see and had an ear for unspoken words. Crystal fulfilled her God-given purpose as a wife to K.T. Simpson, mother to many, and supreme educator. Her legacy will live on.

Ms. Simpson served as a Principal of Dodge Elementary School in Omaha, Nebraska, and was a recipient of the Milken Educator Award for her exemplary work in raising student achievement.