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Making a difference in the lives of Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky EL students since 2006

Financial statements

Is to assist English learners in the Greater Cincinnati area so that students:

  • Appreciate and are proud of their cultural identities;
  • Receive the needed support service for their education;
  • Graduate from high school and succeed in college;
  • Become self-sufficient;
  • Become meaningful contributors to our society;
  • And serve their communities as role models.

who we assist

Other languages spoken by our EL students:

Afaan Oromo,  Akan,  Amharic, Bambara, Bulgarian, Creoles/Pidgin/French bas, Danish, Djoula, Farsi, Fanti, Fula/Pulaar, Georgian, Gujarati, Hausa, Hindi, Kinyarwanda, Marathi, Malay, Hassaniyya, Oromo, Pohnpeian, Rundi, Sango, Serbo Croat SBC, Shona, Singhalese, Soninke, Somali, Songhai, Susu, Swahili, Taglog, Tamil, Telegu, Tigrinya, Twi/Asanti, Urdu, Krahn, Kurdish, Mam, Mandingo, Yoruba, Zamarci and Zulu.







At the English Language Learning Foundation, Inc., we seek to be transparent with our reporting and we want our donors to know how their contributions assist in the sustainability of our programs. See our report below and get an understanding of our history, our current impact in the community and where we are going!

Who We Are

English Language Learning Foundation, Inc.

Our mission

The mission of the English Language Learning Foundation, Inc. is to help English  learners to become successful in their academic lives while fostering their cultural identities.





The English Learning Foundation, Inc. is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in 2006 to assist English language learners.

our annual reports


Our vision


We focus on helping English Learning students (EL students) in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area.  EL students are those students whose native language or home language is other than English.  This population continues to grow every year, going from 175 students in 2006, to over 4,000 in the Cincinnati area.  Some of the languages spoken the most by the ELL students in the Greater Cincinnati are:

  • Spanish                                            
  • French
  • Arabic
  • Wolof