The founders of Partnership for the Future (PFF) believed that young people â with great potential but limited resources â need to experience new environments, forge new relationships and have access to opportunities often not available to them in order to succeed. They need to experience the benefits of private enterprise and learn how saving for and attending college can open doors to a different future. Since our founding, Partnership for the Future has helped more than 500 students prepare for college and the workplace. 99 percent of the students involved in PFF matriculate to post-secondary educational programs. PFF alumni have gone on to graduate from top schools, including the University of Virginia, Virginia Tech and the University of Richmond, and have gone on to become doctors, lawyers, marketing professionals, and accountants, to name a few.
Number of Students Served:
Private Grants and donations
To provide high-potential high school students from challenging circumstances in the metro-Richmond area with tools and experiences necessary to attain a college degree. We work with students year-round â offering coaching activities and development activities during the academic year and work internships and life skills training during the summer.
Business skills training through internships; College Transition training
College and Postsecondary Planning:
High School (9-12):
Other (including military, workforce, vocational/trade school):
Hispanic/Latino (including Spain):
American Indian or Alaska Native:
Black or African American:
White (Including Middle Eastern):