Together, we can

Care For Children, Empower Adults, and Honor Seniors

Our Current Project

We are working to provide STEM education to children in Africa and beyond through STEM+.

 We are currently writing a curriculum which will introduce up to 7 fields of Engineering, starting in Kindergarten. These lessons will be integrated with the grade-appropriate Science, Math and Technology. This program aims to bridge the educational gap by providing state-of-the-art resources, expert training for educators, and hands-on learning experiences for students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. By partnering with local schools and international organizations, our program seeks to inspire and equip the next generation of African innovators and problem solvers, fostering a culture of curiosity, critical thinking, and technological proficiency.

The program encompasses a comprehensive curriculum tailored to meet the unique needs and challenges of African schools. It includes modernized textbooks, interactive learning that bring cutting-edge experiments directly to classrooms. Additionally, teachers receive ongoing professional development to ensure they are well-versed in the latest STEM teaching methodologies.  Through these efforts, the program envisions a future where African students are not only participants but leaders in the global STEM community.

Grateful Generations welcomes Paul Fucaloro as acting Director!  Paul, a native New Yorker, has spent the majority of his five decades as a dedicated Educator in inner-city New York City schools. He attended Brooklyn Technical High School, and he received both a BBA and an MBA from CCNY-Baruch. In addition to his terminal Master’s Degree in Quantitative Analysis-Marketing Research, which required a Thesis, Paul completed many courses in Education from Hunter College and Long Island University, where he taught Mathematics as an adjunct Associate Professor for some 15 years. He was a Founding Director at Success Academies Charter Schools, where he worked side by side with CEO, Eva Moskowitz, from 2006 through 2014. In addition to his work with children, Paul has sung and played the piano in clubs, he has produced oil and watercolor paintings, he has managed Professional Boxers, as well as promoted Boxing events in Aruba, and he has written prose and poetry. Many of these poems were written on New York City subways and the Long Island Railroad.  With his diverse background, experience, and commitment to humanitarianism, we look forward to making major positive impact!

Our Impact

We work on improving the lives of people of all ages through direct practice.

Grateful Generations Inc. is making a profound impact by nurturing a cycle of care, empowerment, and respect that spans generations. We are transforming the lives of children, empowering adults, and honoring seniors in our community. Together, we are building a brighter, more connected future where gratitude and compassion flourish, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of those we serve.


What we do

We plan and support amazing projects that help change the lives of disadvantaged people beginning in our local community.

We Find & Fund

We are in search of opportunities to help as many people as possible. We approach and fund those who are in need with a focus on families, children and seniors.

We Provide Assistance

Families need a helpful hand and the right guidance at every stage. We assist families to promote healthy relationships and ensure children receive the proper care.

We Educate

People of all ages benefit from education. Whether it be social skills, financial literacy or career based training, we provide resources for people of all ages to thrive.

We Promote Gratitude

We appreciate the wisdom and sacrifices made by previous generations. We honor those that came before us by making sure seniors are able to live out their later years with dignity, respect and a sense of purpose.