Disadvantaged children and youth do not have access to good after-school academic help during their elementary, middle and high school years. They are mostly in inner city neighborhoods in the United States and in many impoverished areas in third world countries. The students I have met at the local community center are mostly minorities (African-Americans, Hispanics, Pacific Islanders, etc.) and many come from broken families, single parent households, foster homes or abusive, drug addicted parents. Basically, they are good kids in a bad environment who are desperately in need of a helping hand to break out of the cycle. Apart from the educational benefit, after-school programs in the US have shown to help reduce school dropout, teen pregnancy, substance abuse and gang violence. Also, it is difficult for high school students who serve as tutors to travel to other schools and community centers to provide after-school help on a regular basis. My goal is to provide disadvantaged students from kindergarten through 12th grade with free online tutoring lessons and help with their homework and be an advocate for students helping students anywhere to help bridge the gap in educational disparity.