Kids & Community
Kids & Community
The Connor Group and Dayton Children’s Hospital announce a partnership to create an innovative model of mental and behavioral health care that will help Dayton’s most vulnerable children live as healthy as possible today and into the future.
A percentage of Connor Group revenue goes to its non-profit arm, The Connor Group Kids and Community Partners. Since 2016, more than $12 million in proceeds have gone directly to non-profit programs. The company anticipates investing more than $300 million in non-profits over the next decade.
What makes us different is that we find really good causes and help develop them into really great programs by leveraging some of the practices that makes The Connor Group a highly successful organization. We take a narrow-and-deep approach to business and non-profit activist investing. That means we’ll often research hundreds of programs to find one. It means more to us than just writing a check.
MCOCP supports poverty impacted 8th graders in Montgomery County who show academic promise and helps prepare them to attend and graduate from college.Visit Website
DECA’s mission is to prepare future college graduates today to become the leaders of our community tomorrow.Visit Website
Dayton Children’s believes in reinventing the path to children’s health for families throughout the Dayton region and beyond.Visit Website
Daybreak’s mission is to eliminate youth homelessness in the Miami Valley through programs that provide safety and stability for runaway, troubled, and homeless youth.Visit Website
The Connor Group Kids and Community Partners is also proud to support the cutting-edge research of James L. Kirkland, M.D., Ph. D. and the Mayo Clinic at the Robert and Arlene Kogod Center for Aging to improve the quality of life for all commencing at birth.Visit Website
The Connor-McLean Healthy Kids Development Program is a partnership with one of the world’s leading psychiatric hospital. It consists of a biological study of trauma and its long-term effects on mental health, particularly in children living in poverty.Visit Website
The Victory Project is an intense after-school program, mentoring disengaged young men in Dayton with its groundbreaking 3E curriculum: education, entrepreneurship, and enlightenment.Visit Website
Miracle Makers is an after-school and summer program located in Dayton’s East End. Students receive a wide range of services in an academically stimulating environment.Visit Website