a (501)(C)(3) Nonprofit organization

World Family Children Foundation

The Leadership Team

World Family Children Foundation

A (501)(C)(3) nonprofit organization

Adri Mukherjee

11th grade
American High School, Fremont, CA

“You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want.” The experience of serving and giving back to the community is one that can never be replaced. Our "Yong Mentor" program will allow you to shine your passion of helping and serving the people who need help. Through this program, you will earn the service hours, a certificate of accomplishment, and the great experiences. If you are a high school student who like to lend your hands to the students who need academic help, please join our team

FREE tutoring service 

for the students from the low-income families

Every student deserves a chance to master his or her study in school, but not every student can afford the help they need. 25% to 55% students qualify for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch program in Bay Area of California, indicating a large portion of our students are too poor to pay for things like school supplies, online resources, and tutors. They live below the federal poverty line. For example: at Washington Elementary School in Downtown San Jose, 95% of the 500 students are eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch. Our program entails aiding students from low-income families who need help in their studies but can't afford tutoring services. We have constructed a team of volunteer tutors from the high schools in the Bay Area. Our team of tutors covers English, Math and Science from 1st to 6th grade.  We wish more high school students will join our team to support the low income students who need academic help.

The Team of  the Young Mentors 

Natasha Dhamrait

12th grade
California High School, San Ramon, CA

Nelson Mandela once said: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”  If you can give your child a good opportunity to improve his/her study, your child will be more successful in his/her future. Our free tutoring system will work with your child on one-to-one basis,  to improve his/her grads and the ability to learn.
We have constructed a team of volunteer tutors from the high school. Our team of tutors cover English, Math and Science from 1st to 8th grade, the tutoring will be conducted in the public libraries. 

To the Parents 

Official Member of 

California Association of Nonprofits

Yinwen Dai

12th grade
Irvington High School, Fremont, CA

Donation so far:  $45,100

To the Volunteers

Amreen Sunil

12th grade
Mission San Jose High School, Fremont, CA