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The Jeff T. Green Family Foundation Invests in Team Dayā, to Build a Primary School in Nicaragua

VENTURA, Calif. , June 05 /Businesswire/ - The Jeff T. Green Family Foundation today announced that it will work with Team Dayā to fully fund the construction of a primary school in Nicaragua this fall. Team Dayā raises funds to build schools in some of the most remote, impoverished regions of the world, providing access to education to children who might otherwise have to travel a prohibitive distance or not attend school at all. Team Dayā works with local education authorities to not only fully construct new school facilities, but to also ensure ongoing support in terms of teaching and administrative services, and equal access to boys and girls.

Team Dayā was founded in 2018 by Jay Sears, former Senior Vice President at Rubicon Project, a leading advertising technology pioneer. Since its inception, Team Dayā has secured funding, support and on-the-ground resources from over 600 advertising technology industry executives, founders and CEOs. This represents The Jeff T. Green Family Foundation’s second investment in Team Dayā, having previously partially funded a primary school in Nepal, which now serves more than 200 local children.

“Team Dayā brings together members of the ad tech industry to apply their data-driven mindset to the challenge of education provision in places where we can make a significant difference in outcomes for children and entire communities,” said Jeff Green, Founder and CEO of The Trade Desk, and Founder of the Jeff T. Green Family Foundation. “I’m excited to make a substantial increase in the commitment of my foundation to Team Dayā, so we can expand into Nicaragua, and apply the principles of dataphilanthropy there.”

“Team Dayā has broad support across the ad tech ecosystem for its school building activities in some of the poorest, most remote places in the world where a single school building can create a generational impact for a community,” said Team Dayā Founder Jay Sears. “We see Jeff’s continuing support as setting a pace for our supporters and a bright light for the communities we serve.”

To learn more about Team Dayā, please visit

The Jeff T. Green Family Foundation applies data science to understand key moments where innovative interventions might remove obstacles to opportunity. The foundation’s initiatives are measurable, provable, and ultimately scalable, helping move from trials to large-scale programs rapidly and with high impact, engaging a broad and active group of supporters and stakeholders. To date, the foundation has invested in a wide range of non-profits including California State University Channel Islands, The Ruth Cheatham Foundation, Equality Utah, and The Center for Policing Equity.

STORY TAGS: Funding, Product/Service, California, Construction & Property, Children, Philanthropy, Primary/Secondary, Consumer, Education, Other Construction & Property, Foundation, Nicaragua, United States, Central America, North America,


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