40 Mustard Seeds Foundation partners with Genesis Healthcare to provide essential school supplies to Fair Oaks Elementary.
40 Mustard Seeds Foundation’s Board members receive Fair Oak's swag!
40 Mustard Seeds Foundation partners with Genesis Healthcare to provide essential school supplies to Betty Gray Middle school.
40 Mustard Seeds CEO, Gabrielle Tobin, partners with Breakthrough Atlanta to offer a six-week math initiative for 7th grade students.
40 Mustard Seeds Foundation's volunteers participate in a training session on May 20, 2023.
40 Mustard Seeds Foundation CEO and board members
There is incredible power in partnership! Breakthrough Atlanta has partnered with the 40 Mustard Seeds Foundation, a nonprofit started several years ago by teenager Gabrielle Tobin with the mission of providing essential tools and tutoring for middle school students. Now a rising high school senior, Gabrielle is leading a team of high school volunteers to implement an innovative math initiative with 7th graders attending Breakthrough's 6-week summer program. This team will be tutoring Breakthrough students while also helping them to create peer-to-peer math tutoring videos that will be posted online. Read more... Breakthrough Atlanta | Atlanta GA | Facebook
Breakthrough Atlanta extends HUGE thank you to the 40 Mustard Seeds Foundation and its founder Gabrielle Tobin.
Breakthrough Atlanta, a nonprofit organization, is currently holding its six-week signature summer program, which is a component of its six-year, tuition-free, year-round program that provides a pathway to college for hundreds of underserved middle and high school students each year.
The nonprofit has a dual mission to increase academic opportunity for underserved students and to develop the next generation of teachers.
Aspects of the program include life-changing educational opportunities that have helped thousands of students achieve their dreams for over 25 years, innovative project-based-learning including a peer-to-peer math tutoring initiative, and a student-teaching-students model which attracts future educators. Read more... https://theatlantavoice.com/breakthrough-atlanta-holds-signature-six-week-summer-program/
Metro Atlanta teen helps underserved students rise to the top by launching math camp
By Berndt Petersen, WSB-TVJuly 20, 2023
COBB COUNTY, Ga. — A metro Atlanta girl scout is helping younger students succeed in math.
Channel 2’s Berndt Petersen reports she launched a math camp to help students from underserved communities rise to the top.
40 Mustard Seeds CEO, Gabrielle Tobin, expands back to school drive.
Cathie Seibert, Fair Oaks Elementary School principal, says "Thank You".
Congratulations again to our 21 Georgia Youth Leadership Award winners! These inspiring 21st Century Leaders students were honored on March 19th at the Buckhead Theatre for their leadership impact and service.
Gabrielle Tobin, a 15-year old who attends The Lovett School spent more than 230 hours creating “For Math’s Sake: Peer-to-Peer Videos” to improve math proficiency for 6th graders in Georgia and beyond for her Girl Scout Gold project. She spent an extra 40 hours translating these videos into Spanish so that she could reach more students.
Honoring Youth Service Award Winners
The Lovett School
Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta
Cobb County teen uses birthday to collect supplies for middle school students
It's the fifth year Gabrielle Tobin has donated school supplies in lieu of birthday presents. https://www.11alive.com/article/features/teen-donates-school-supplies/85-488610c9-d02e-4e47-83b3-3317af1521af
Gabby Tobin, a ninth-grader at The Lovett School, recently earned the Gold Award, one of the highest Girl Scout awards, for creating math tutorial videos for students who attend Lindley 6th Grade Academy. https://www.wabe.org/local-girl-scout-earns-gold-award-for-creating-math-tutorial-videos-for-students-during-pandemic/
Incredible Georgia girl earns highest Girl Scout honor, the Gold Award https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/incredible-georgia-girl-earns-highest-girl-scout-honor-the-gold-award Tuned...
Atlanta-Area Girl Scout takes virtual learning to an entirely new level. Gabrielle was recognized by WSB-TV for her role in the creation of "For Math's Sake" Peer-to-Peer videos". https://www.wsbtv.com/community/people-2-people/atlanta-area-girl-scout-takes-virtual-learning-an-entirely-new-level/43d63a5a-d53e-4af2-8c7c-9b18eb6bd0f7/
Gabrielle Tobin was recognized as a "Georgia Game Changer" for her role in the creation of "For Math's Sake Peer-to-Peer videos". Georgia Game Changers – WSB-TV Channel 2 - Atlanta (wsbtv.com) or https://www.wsbtv.com/station/programming/georgia-game-changers/83c9dd5c-a04a-4b0a-925e-804300b9e05b
Gabrielle was recognized on Good Morning America 3, GMA3, for her role in the creation of "For Math's Sake Peer-to-Peer videos".
Gabrielle was recognized and interviewed by 11 Alive news in ,Atlanta, GA, on the role she played in the creation of "For Math's Sake Peer-to-Peer videos".
Gabrielle was recognized and interviewed by Fox 5 news in ,Atlanta, GA, on the role she played in the creation of "For Math's Sake Peer-to-Peer videos". https://www.fox5atlanta.com/video/856143
Gabrielle was honored by the Mayor Norton, Mayor of Smyrna, GA and City Councilman Wheaton for her strong commitment to working with Lindley Sixth Grade Academy. http://smyrnacity.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=966&meta_id=140432
Gabrielle was recognized by The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Atlanta, GA, on the role she played in the creation of "For Math's Sake Peer-to-Peer Videos". https://www.ajc.com/life/opinion-not-a-numbers-whiz-for-maths-sake-promises-to-change-that/HONGFZ6NNZEKXOPJJNJOWV7TY
Gabrielle and a few of her friends from school, church and Girl Scout, created math tutorials for their sixth grade peers based on the sixth grade curriculum. The tutorials are labeled "Peer-to-Peer" and named "For Math's Sake". Please click the link below to access the videos. https://tinyurl.com/y3b47hxu
Gabrielle was the recipient of the 2019 Humanitarian Award at the age of twelve. The honor was bestowed on her in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by the Lindley Sixth Grade Academy under the leadership of Dr. Denise Magee, principal.
For the past four years, since the age of ten, Gabrielle decided to ask friends and family to forgo giving her birthday presents and instead provide school supplies, cash, or gift card donations to Lindley Sixth Grade Academy, a local public school in her community.