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French Heritage Society

The central mission of French Heritage Society is to ensure that the treasures of our shared French architectural and cultural heritage survive to inspire future generations to build, dream, and create by: Preserving the rich French architectural and cultural heritage throughout France and in the US by raising funds for restoration, preservation and cultural grants. Transmitting and safeguarding the skills, knowledge and love of the heritage through transatlantic educational programs for students, architects, artisans, art connoisseurs and collectors. Fostering Franco-American friendship and cross-cultural exchange through select tours in France and the U.S., lectures, conferences, galas and other events on both side of the Atlantic.

National Dance Institute

National Dance Institute (NDI) was founded in 1976 by New York City Ballet principal dancer Jacques d’Amboise in the belief that the arts have a unique power to engage children of every background, ability, and socioeconomic position, and motivate them toward excellence. Since its founding, NDI has impacted the lives of over two million of charge.

Edward M Kennedy Institute

The Edward M Kennedy Institute is committed to invigorating public discourse, encouring participatory democracy, and inspiring the next generation of citizens and leaders to engage in the public square. The facility will be a dynamic center for non-partisan learnings and engagement that will utilize cutting edge technology to provide each visited with an information rich and personalized experience. 

Children Mending Hearts

Children Mending Hearts is dedicated to empowering disadvantaged youth through educational and arts programs that build empathy and global citizenry. Our goal is to directly engage the youth of America in global children's causes where they can positively impact the life of another child and ultimately realize their potential to effect change both in their own community and around the world.

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International Child Art Foundation

Founded in 1997, the International Child Art Foundation (ICAF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with Federal Tax ID 52-2032649. ICAF serves American children as their national arts organization and the world’s children as their global arts organization. Mission To foster American children’s creativity and develop mutual empathy among them and their peers worldwide for a prosperous and peaceful future. Vision To democratize creativity for the Fourth Industrial Revolution and grow mutual empathy for “a more perfect union.” Services ICAF organizes the Arts Olympiad, a school art program that has grown over the years into the world’s largest. Every four years, ICAF produces the World Children’s Festival as the “Olympics” of children’s imagination at the National Mall across the U.S. Capitol. Since 1998, ICAF has published the ChildArt quarterly free of commercial advertisements for children’s creative and empathic development. ICAF’s Healing Art Programs revive faith in nature of child victims of natural disasters. ICAF’s Peace through Art Programs restore trust in humanity of children living in conflict zones. To give voice to children and promote their imagination, ICAF organizes children’s panels at major conferences and interactive exhibitions that kindle professionals’ “inner child.” For children’s holistic development, ICAF has pioneered STEAMS education to integrate Art (creative activities) and Sport (physical activities) with the STEM disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Impact Over the past twenty-five years, ICAF has changed the world for children. More than five million schoolchildren have participated in and benefited from ICAF’s free-of-charge programs. An estimated two million students, parents, and teachers have attended ICAF festivals, exhibitions, and conferences in over twenty major cities worldwide. The readership of ChildArt quarterly has grown to an estimated 220,000. Through ICAF, children gain a sense of self-worth and confidence in themselves as creators. They come to recognize that they are the future and their imagination a seedbed for discovery and innovation. ICAF promotes their art as the most honest and pure form of human creative expression. Funding The National Endowment of the Art, the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, the Susan Zirkl Memorial Charitable Foundation, the Skillman Foundation, the Keith Campbell Foundation, and the Robert J. Bauer Family Foundation have supported ICAF this year. Current in-kind supporters include Penguin Random House, Winsor & Newtown, and Kuretake, Ltd. of Japan. Since none of the largest private foundations support ICAF, creative-empathic individuals provide the lion’s share of funding.

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Common Threads

Common Threads is a national nonprofit that provides children and families cooking and nutrition education to encourage healthy habits that contribute to wellness. We equip under-resourced communities with information to make affordable, nutritious and appealing food choices wherever they live, work, learn, and play. We know that food is rooted in culture and tradition so we promote diversity in our lessons and recipes, encouraging our participants to celebrate their culture.

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Clowns Without Borders

Clowns Without Borders defends the right to play. For 25 years, we've inspired resilience through laughter with people in refugee camps, conflict zones, and crises. As clowns, we SEE the people we’re performing for. In fact, we're performing WITH them! Together with audience members, we twist our bodies, we make funny faces, we juggle ridiculous items, and above all, we laugh. Our clowns aren’t solving geopolitics, preventing global conflict, or taking away trauma. We’re simply showing up — and showing people that they matter enough to laugh, play, and have an extraordinary day.

Ukulele Kids Club

We harness the power of music to improve the well being of children and families around the world. Through ukuleles and the support of music therapy, we give the gift of music for life.


Outfest protects our past, showcases our present and nurtures our future by fostering artistic expression of gender, sexuality, and LGBTQ culture and its transformative social impact on the world. Their mission aims to create visibility to diverse LGBTQIA+ stories and empowers storytellers, building empathy to drive meaningful social change. Founded by UCLA students in 1982, Outfest is the leading organization that promotes equality by creating, sharing and protecting LGBT stories on the screen. Outfest builds community by connecting diverse populations to discover, discuss and celebrate stories of LGBT lives. Over the past three decades, Outfest has showcased thousands of films from around the world to audiences of nearly a million, educated and mentored hundreds of emerging filmmakers and protected more than 20,000 LGBT films and videos.

Wikimedia Foundation

Through Wikipedia and its sister projects, the mission of the Wikimedia Foundation is to empower people around the world to collect and develop knowledge under a free license, and to disseminate it effectively and globally. In collaboration with a network of chapters, the Foundation provides the essential infrastructure and an organizational framework for the support and development of projects and endeavors which serve this mission.

Stuttering Association For The Young

SAY: The Stuttering Association for the Young is a national non-profit organization that empowers, educates, and supports young people who stutter and the world that surrounds them.