Testing for Impact

Volunteering online to help kids in need

Giving has never been so simple — or so smart!

By joining Children International’s exclusive Testing for Impact program, you’ll give 10-15 minutes of your time to review some of the world’s biggest brand websites. In return, you choose to donate your payment from the Userlytics testing platform to Children International’s Education Pass program, which provides tutoring and computer skills training to kids in need.
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every $10 donation means

TWO KIDS will receive either a tutoring or computer skills class.

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Make a difference by donating your time

Kids in poverty need educational resources. You can provide them through Testing for Impact.

When you join the Testing for Impact program, every test you take gives you the opportunity to donate to our Education Pass program, which grants kids admission into one of our tutoring or computer skills classes.

every $10 donation means

TWO KIDS will receive either a tutoring or computer skills class.

Tutoring classes help keep kids in school. Overcrowded schools and overwhelmed teachers make it easy for kids to fall behind in school, leading to high dropout rates. After tutoring, 89 percent of Children International kids had increased proficiency in math and 91 percent reported increased proficiency in literacy. Knowledge in these core subject areas leads to higher grades and better job opportunities.

Computer training prepares kids for the workforce. Our kids lack regular access to computers, leaving them unable to learn the skills that could help them get better grades and find better jobs. After completing a computer course, 97% our kids increased their proficiency in computer skills, giving them a competitive advantage in school and the job market.

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FAQs

Got a question? We have answers. If you need additional assistance, please feel free to contact Carl Ferrara.