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Creating Quality Childhood Experiences and Promoting Quality Childhood Achievements

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Peaches and Sourcream Children's Foundation , Inc.

Creating Quality Childhood Experiences and Promoting Quality Childhood Achievements

Junior Board Members
Brianna Linton-Muldor & Quadir  Linton-Muldor

About Us

Dedicated Educator and Advocate

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Robin Muldor-Engram lived 15 years in foster homes in low socioeconomic areas, and attended subpar schools. Her journey with child protective services began in a home for girls. She was often humiliated and mistreated. When she turned 7.5 years old, Robin was placed in a second home where she and her three brothers could live together. Tragically, in this home, she would be molested. At age 10, she was placed in a third and final home, a place where she would eventually feel a sense of security and stability. Robin's tumultuous childhood became the foundation for which her entire career is dedicated to working with and on behalf of children. She has a deeper empathy for marginalized, underserved, and/ or mistreated children. As an adolescent, Robin was determined to rise above her circumstances, refusing to be shamed or made to feel guilty about the neglect and abuse she suffered at the hands of adults. She was not consumed with pain, instead , she was driven with purpose and determination as she sought serenity on the road to success. In 1989, two years after completing her undergraduate studies, Robin was hired as a youth service worker, and  began using her voice to advocate on behalf of all children. 


Robin is a native Philadelphian and after  receiving her degree in Business Administration from Livingstone College, she went on to earn a Masters in Education from Saint Joseph's University. Her second Masters degree was in Library Science & Technology from Drexel University, and  she worked as Supervisor /Children’s Librarian at the Overbrook Park Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia.  Robin was applauded for her well attended programs and outreach efforts in the community, awarded both, the Free Library of Philadelphia’s Customer Service Award, and the Pennsylvania Library Association’s Best Practices Award.  She  partnered with Delta Services Support Inc., receiving a Leeway Arts and Change Grant and additional funding from the Philadelphia Activity Fund to create a mentorship/literacy workshop for children and youth in foster care.

Robin writes about educational justice for children as well as professional book reviews and other commentary and blogs. You can follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


Today, Robin lives in Southern Maryland and is founder and CEO of “Peaches and Sourcream, Inc.” Peaches is the nicknamed her biological family gave  her, and, Sourcream relates to the obstacles she and so many children have to overcome. Peaches and Sourcream, Inc. is an organization that provides educational consultation and child advocacy services—  we are committed to guiding learning and promoting quality childhood experiences.  












What We Do

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At the intersection of social services and social justice, the mission of Peaches and Sourcream, Inc. is to promote quality childhood experiences that will positively transform the lives of children inside and outside every classroom. We focus on two goals: closing the literacy gaps that are fueling the School-To- Prison pipelines, and closing the Invisible gaps for students in foster care. We are champions of children and literacy! We specialize in creating wonderful 45-60 minute  student- tailored reading experiences in small literacy groups, and using common core standards.  We teach fundamental literacy skills to children struggling with reading in non-traditional, fun filled learning experience designed to promote the JOY of reading, building vocabulary  through storytelling and interactive reading and play.


We are literacy interventionists and we will:

  • provide reading intervention instruction to students in grades K-4th in small groups and one-on-one settings through push-in and pull-out for the purpose of improving student outcomes and achievement
  • meet the learning needs of all students 
  • monitor students' progress, making instructional decisions based on achievement
  • set goals with students and motivate students to reach their goals
  • deliver competencies in instructional strategies, learning assessment and diagnostics and research related to students' individual learning style.


What We Provide


  • Year round tutoring sessions in reading  for students in Kindergarten- 4th grades
  • Academic focus  mentoring sessions  for K-4th grades
  • Two week Summer Slide prevention workshops for 1st-4th grades
  • Year round  readiness skills workshops for parents with children preparing to enter kindergarten
  • Year round  in school   settings , push-in or pull-out  sessions for K-4th grades ( individual & small groups)
  • Year- round 45 minutes library programming: thematic , supplementary,  informal education(  read aloud and sing along)


Commitment to Excellence

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Peaches and Sourcream, Inc. was established in August 2017 out of the pain, turned passion, of our Founder and CEO, Robin Muldor- Engram. In 2019,  Peaches and Sourcream, Inc. was  re-established  as Peaches and Sourcream Children’s Foundation, Inc, a 501(c)3 nonprofit . Our greatest commitment is to improve upon the childhood experiences of children living in neighborhoods , apparently, with invisible zip codes. We strive to reach children who are unfairly labeled as unable to learn. Our first step is our  philanthropic efforts to raise funds to reduce barriers to learning. These funds are used to provide school supplies, uniforms, new to gently used clothing, food, and toys. Next , and most important, we use a  hands- on approach to effect change,  going into schools and other child-centered establishments, meeting students where they are, and bringing them to the realm of excellence through our literacy and intervention activities.

Help Our Cause

As a startup  501(c)3 Nonprofit  with a minimum budget. Your donations will provide our children : School Supplies, New Uniforms, Books, Food Baskets, Special Programming, and possibly Monetary Assistance.

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Contact Us

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Providing Social Service & Social Justice With Excellence

Peaches and Sourcream

P.O. Box 441743, Fort Washington,Maryland 20749

Hours

Monday - Friday: 7:30am - 3:30pm

Saturday by appointments only

Sunday- Closed


Offline donations (check/money orders) can be made payable to Peaches and Sourcream, Inc., sent to : P. O. Box 441743, Fort  Washington, Maryland, 20749


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