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The More than Numbers Program, Incorporated is a 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit organization that focuses on lessening the educational disparities seen within high school & college students by assisting with their college preparation.

The More Than Numbers Program (MTN) is a non-profit that was founded in 2019. Our main focus is lowering the educational disparities seen among students in our communities. With a target of getting students into into Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Southern schools, we provide resources, mentorship opportunities, leadership, and professional development to aid in their matriculation to and through undergrad. Over the years, we have provided over 95 students with aid that has helped their college journey. More notably, we have given over $18,000 worth of scholarships to black students to assist them with their college finances. With the help of our executive board and team members, MTN has been able to grow and provide more to students across the nation. All donations go towards the advancement of the organization and the MTN annual scholarships!

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MTN News and Updates!

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Donate to More than Numbers!

A simple donation of $25 allows a student in our program to apply to at least one HBCU. This donation means a difference to our students. A donation of $500 allows us to cover a full Grand Scholarship, which can help with their enrollment to college or even help a current college student with their matriculation.

 

Donations allow us to continue to give out scholarships & resources through our programs. Consider donating to MTN today! 

More about Our Programs

The More than Youth Numbers Program provides plenty of different resources for students. One of the best ways to get involved with our organization is joining one of our programs. We currently have our  year-long college prep program focuses on the college application, admission, and selection process. This program is only available for high school seniors within the Atlanta metropolitan area. We also offer a team members program, focusing on professional development for students that attend HBCUS and Southern School. As members of these programs, we have special events, workshops, and benefits available. Find out more below!

Valued Partners

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The idea behind Good Molecules is simple: skincare that works at a fair price. Founded by a team of beauty industry veterans, Good Molecules creates skincare solutions with best-in-class ingredients, backed by research and formulated for effectiveness. By working directly with top labs, Good Molecules offers products that target skin issues—like acne, redness, and hyperpigmentation—without the traditional retail markup. See a difference in your skin, starting at just $6

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Black Coffee ATL

Launched The Black Coffee Company in 2018 with the freshest organic coffee beans and #BlackCoffeeCo branded merchandise as a way to create resources and opportunities for our communities.

With their "Raw Values" of Entrepreneurship, Financial Freedom, and Community Empowerment, Black Coffee ATL has become a staple in the ATL business network.  

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Closing the Racial Wealth Gap One Cohort at a Time!

Helping HBCU Students Thrive

@DearRattler is a Virtual HBCU Admissions and Resource guide ran by Florida Agriculutral and Mechanical University student, Tyler- Symone. @DearRattler is one of the fastest growing HBCU focused virtual aid platforms. In addition, the platform uplifts, includes, and promotes HBCU life, Students, Culture & more while being a safe space for prospective HBCU students!

5 Strong partners with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to provide promising student leaders with full-tuition scholarships and ongoing mentorship and support from matriculation to graduation. With that, students are able to be supported over the course of their college career to ensure persistence and graduation in four years.  In addition, through academic, personal/social, and career development, these students will positively impact their college campuses and be better prepared to compete in our global society.

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Real BBQ for Real BBQ Lovers!

A black owned BBQ restaurant in South Fulton. Mustard Seed BBQ has been a staple in the South Fulton Community, pushing for small businesses and community while keeping the faih of a “mustard seed”.

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Home of the "Mighty Lions"

 A comprehensive public high school located in South Fulton County, known for its high school "HBCU" culture, Football & Basketball Team, magnet & IB program, and notable alum... Westlake High School has been crowned the "best" high school in South Fulton County with its B rating

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Cash In Grad Out Foundation, Inc 

A nonprofit organization organized and operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. The Cash In Grad Out Foundation, Inc. is devoted to serving recent graduates and students of Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU).

Contact Us

You can reach us via Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, or Email! You can also set up an appointment with one of the MTN Team Members using the button below!

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