Zeno

Nonprofit

Seattle, WA, US • https://www.zenomath.org

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Mission

Through a dual mission that explores the intersection of early math and racial equity, Zeno inspires kids to love math! We build young children’s early math skills through programs that equip families with fun and engaging tools to create the math foundation for a future of limitless opportunity. We focus on serving families of color in low-income communities through partnerships with community-based organizations and early learning programs. Zeno programs are designed for families of kids ages 3-5 to provide the foundation for a lifetime of curious, creative, and joyful learning.

Communities Served

Greater Seattle area

Service Range

Local/Regional

Founded

2006

EIN info

20-5570858

Total Revenue info

$1,579,529

Total Expenses info

$1,579,636

Net Assets info

$561,054

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2020)
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Zeno is a registered 501c(3) charity in the U.S. Online donations made here will entirely benefit its work and is tax deductible within the guidance of U.S. law. You will recieve an email donation receipt as your official record for tax purposes. No proceeds go to Giving Compass.

Communities Served

Greater Seattle area

Service Range

Local/Regional

Founded

2006

EIN info

20-5570858

Total Revenue info

$1,579,529

Total Expenses info

$1,579,636

Net Assets info

$561,054

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2020)

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