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Film Fatales Nyc

FILM FATALES IS A DIVERSE COMMUNITY OF WOMEN FILMMAKERS WHO MEET REGULARLY TO MENTOR EACH OTHER, SHARE RESOURCES, COLLABORATE ON PROJECTS AND BUILD A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH TO MAKE THEIR FILMS.

Theatre Development Fund

TDF's mission is to sustain live theatre and dance by engaging and cultivating a broad and diverse audience and by eliminating barriers to attendance. We envision a world where the transformative experience of attending live theatre and dance is essential, relevant, accessible and inspirational.

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.

Kristin Chenoweth Arts And Education Fund

The Kristin Chenoweth Arts & Education Fund is a 501(c)(3) charity committed to cultivating and celebrating young artistic expression by enriching children’s lives through the power of education, entertainment and experience.

Mama Foundation For The Arts

Mama Foundation for the Arts’ mission is to make a joyful noise, to uplift the Black musical treasures of Gospel, jazz and R&B, and to heal and inspire through the power of collective music-making.

Step Up Women's Network

Step Up is a mentorship nonprofit providing the structure for girls (and those who identify with girlhood) to define their ideal destination and get there -- wherever that destination may be. Through Step Up, girls experience more than just mentorship. They'll find community, feel empowered to expand their horizons, and develop the skills they need to navigate life’s path with confidence. After participating in Step Up: 83% of teens say they're more CONFIDENT 84% of teens say they're more CAREER-READY 82% of teens say they're more CONNECTED

Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation

The Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation (or Rush) was founded in 1995 by three brothers, media mogul Russell Simmons, artist and activist Danny Simmons and Joseph "Rev. Run" Simmons of Run-DMC fame. Rush is dedicated to overcoming the barriers of access between disenfranchised communities and people of color and the diverse art and culture resources of New York City and its surrounding region. Our interrelated range of programs include free, hands-on arts education for underserved youth ages 2-20 in New York and New Jersey, both in our own spaces during out-of-school time and through weekly residencies in five partner public schools; the goal of these programs is deep learning grounded in art, to build resiliency, life skills and academic performance in at-risk youth. Our Gallery Program maintains two professional galleries, one in Manhattan and the other in Brooklyn, that provide career support, exhibition opportunities and residencies to emerging artists and curators, mostly those of color. Rush Education programs directly serve over 3,000 students annually, and the Rush Gallery program exhibits the work of over 100 artists every year, welcomes over 10,000 gallery visitors annually and serves as a classroom and inspiration source for our students.

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.

Notes For Notes

TO PROVIDE YOUTH WITH FREE ACCESS TO MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, INSTRUCTION, AND A MUSIC-MAKING ENVIRONMENT SO THAT MUSIC CAN BECOME A PROFOUNDLY POSITIVE INFLUENCE IN THEIR LIVES.

Reverb

Deeply rooted within the music and environmental communities, Reverb educates and engages musicians and their fans to take action toward a more sustainable future.

Universal Hip Hop Museum

The Hip Hop Museum's mission is to teach, engage and inspire audiences around the world through the creativity and power of Hip Hop Culture. The THHM carries out its mission by giving voice to the stories of the people, events and artifacts that shaped the five elements of Hip Hop — through digital collections, virtual exhibits, interviews, pop-up experiences, award shows, and a wide array of innovative educational programs and activities, bringing new understanding, fresh interpretation and scholarship to the world's most popular culture of our time.

FAME Center

FAME Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to music and art education for children and adults. Throughout the calendar year, FAME Center offers fine arts education through music lessons, digital art and visual art, computer coding classes, musical theater and drama classes, creative writing classes, and music and art therapy for mental health. Our vision is to enrich and nurture the lives of children and adults in underserved communities of Chicago through music and art education.