BrainVyne Foundation Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization that enables access to education and enrichment programs for children who would otherwise not be able to participate due to

monetary reasons. The foundation focuses on programs outside of school that teach children STEAM and financial skills through play.

BrainVyne Foundation funds programs offered and operated by BrainVyne - LEGO, Robotics, and Money Programs for children 4 to 17 years of age. Children gain life skills, confidence and most importantly have fun, regardless of background. Camps are available in the spring, summer and school breaks with field trip options during the school year, making BrainVyne Foundation an amazing resource the entire community can enjoy all year long.

The foundation’s driving philosophy is that no child should be denied enrichment due to a lack of financial resources. Priority is for local under privileged kids to become engaged citizens through creative STEAM and financial programs the foundation provides. Most classes independently offered by BrainVyne have an allocation for students supported by BrainVyne Foundation funding in the form of full or partial scholarships. Equal access is a key pillar in our operating principles and we strive to provide it in the communities we serve.


The foundation is primarily powered through a commitment from BrainVyne, which commits 5% of proceeds of all its camps to the foundation. Additional funding comes from donations, corporate giving programs and grants.


We need your help!

As a nonprofit we depend on donations to keep BrainVyne Foundation going. We deeply appreciate any donations. 100% of donations go towards scholarships for children that do not have the financial means to pay for lessons. We take We also provide scholarships to children of teachers, especially in the last week of summer, when teachers are back at work getting their classrooms ready for their students and need to find high quality care for their own children.

Apply today to be a part of our team and to make a difference in a child's life!

Volunteers are required to participate in a phone interview, orientation and training.

Minors need parental consent.

You can help with one or more of these tasks:

  • Test new builds

  • Content-writing

  • Work with children with special-needs

  • Social Media Management

  • Summer Counselor/Asst. Instructor

  • Assist with administrative and office tasks

  • Curriculum/Graphic Design