ABOUT

Since we were established, EYES INC has partnered with many different agencies, corporations, school districts, FCBOs, and the like, among the states in which we have a presence.

TEAM



The EYES INC professional team is comprised of learnt sages and specialists in various areas and expertise in the social sciences and business. Our writers are strong and accomplished (published) researchers, with a collective 150 years of professional experience. Each possesses a minimum of a Master’s level degree, with a majority possessing terminal degrees in their relevant field of work.

NEWS...EVENTS...ALERTS!

Our latest news, events and alerts

Listen to the October 6, 2014 interview between EYES INC Executive Director, Croix-Ronald Coppáge, and WebTalkRadio Host, Connie Whitman, as they discuss "Nonprofit Management: Building Capacity to Secure and Maintain External Funding".

The EYES Mentor Research Project receives national recognition from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health!

EYES INC receives kudos from President Obama on Our Success with Re-entry Funding in Newark, NJ

January 2016: EYES INC launches two online products to assist nonprofit organizations!

1) BEAT-911, a comprehensive online business enterprise assessment tool that allows decision-makers to conduct a self-assessment of the health of their organization. The health and viability of an organization is key to Federal, State, and local grant awards. BEAT-911 helps decision-makers identify gaps in five critical areas important to funders: Leadership, Organization, Programs/Services, Revenue, and Community Engagement.

2) RADICS, the powerful online system that streamlines the data collection and reporting process for nonprofits engaged in human services. Built on 20 years of research, this is one of the most comprehensive systems available to small- and medium-sized nonprofit organizations that won't break your budget!

Current Success

EYES INC has over 15 years of experience designing and implementing programs and projects; securing grant funds for program operations; as well as overseeing project management, including data collection, data management, and data analytics.

  • November 2, 2015, at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey, President Obama discussed his vision for re-entry programs, and how Newark is doing such a great job in this area. President Obama said he is "...so proud of what Newark's doing...". However, what wasn't said is that the only Federal funds to come to Newark in the past two years to serve this population...providing job training and placement...was due to programs developed, and grant proposals submitted by EYES INC. See Video
  • EYES INC was approved for $1.5M in Federal funding to implement a mentoring program in Essex County to help reduce the occurrence of young fathers among young African-American teens. The PACT (Providing Avenues of Choices for Teens) initiative is expected to operate for a period of three years.
  • Under the direction of the CEO, EYES INC researched and designed the REAP (Rapid Employment and Advancement Program) for a private organization serving multiple counties in New Jersey. The 5-year project was funded for nearly $5M in August 2014, to train and place SNAP recipients into job and career opportunities within high-demand industries identified by the state of New Jersey.
  • Under the direction of the CEO, EYES INC researched and designed the TEAM (Training to Empower, Advance and Maintain) Project for Essex County College of Newark, New Jersey. The 3-year project was funded for nearly $1M in July 2014 by the U.S. Department of Labor, to train and place returning citizens into job and career opportunities within high-demand industries identified by the state of New Jersey.
  • The Wings for Life is our ongoing project to increase the awareness of the importance of organ donation about people of color. Since 2010, EYES INC has been working diligently to make an impact in this area. See our gallery for the Wings for Life PSA.
  • In May 2012, EYES INC designed a juvenile ex-offender mentoring project to be implemented in Brooklyn, New York. This five-year opportunity funded by New York City Department of Probation is expected to serve upwards of 200 juvenile ex-offenders between the ages of 14 and 21 during its operation.


Past Success

Experience...Knowledge...Results!

EYES INC increases our clients' ROI 90% of the time!

2012-2017-ARCHES
A five-year juvenile ex-offender mentoring project sponsored by New York City Department of Probation. This $1.64M funded project will serve upwards of 400 juvenile ex-offenders between the ages of 14 and 21.
A five-year HIV/AIDS outreach and preventive research study focused on young men who have sex with men (YMSM). Approved for $3M in funding (September 2011) by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, CDC Division.
A basic center and community outreach program to assist homeless youths with returning back home, or finding an alternate safe haven.
Uniting Brothers Against Domestic Violence, a program designed to galvanize young minority men in support of speaking and taking action against domestic violence.
A five-year research project focused on reducing cortisol levels (toxic stress) in children for low socio-economic communities attending head start programs.
A community-based program focused on assisting high school youth with overcoming various hurdles of starting higher education, including financial aid, completing college application, and increasing SAT scores.
A community-based program focused on assisting high school youth with overcoming various hurdles of starting higher education, including financial aid, completing college application, and increasing SAT scores.
Mentor research study to evaluate the impact of mentors on at-risk youth in Brooklyn, New York.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health, recognized this project as a "best practice" mentoring program.
  • AMPUP!: Dual Adult Mentoring and Gang Prevention through Mentoring Program
  • COPE: Mentoring Program for children with incarcerated parents
  • SAVE: Business Development and Mentoring program for small businesses
  • IMRP (Research): Interstate Mentoring Research Project
  • APT: Alternative Paths for Teens Mentoring Program (focused on reducing recidivism of delinquent youths)
  • P.A.W. (Physical and Academic Wellness—Multi-state Research) (4 years): Carol M. White grant to demonstrate the impact physical activity has on academic development.
  • BUCS (Bridging Urban Communities to Success): 21st Century grant integrating technology in an urban community center setting to buttress academic development of middle school youths.
  • G.O.L.C.O.N.D.A.: Youth-based mentoring program, providing one-on-one mentoring for 100 urban youths.

Funding Success

 
 
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CONTACT

Due to our success record, are professional services are in high-demand. Although we would relish the opportunity to work with every organization that is in need of our support, we must limit our engagement level to ensure our record of success remains in tact.

Contact Info

Although we welcome all inquiries, it is the exception that we engage new clients in need of funding development mid-year, as it is our policy to review, assess, and contract these new clients between October and December. However, please feel free to inquire about all of our services using one of the following methods:

P O Box 229, Effort, PA 18330
1.267.352.EYES (1.267.352.3937)