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The Afghanistan Blind Women and Children FoundationThe Afghanistan Blind Women and Children Foundation is a 503c established in August of 2009 with the purpose of enhancing the lives of Blind Women and Children in Afghanistan who are suffering from a lack of adequate health and educational services.
The Alex House Project, IncThrough our holistic approach, our mothers design, create, disseminate, and mentor—our clients become our leaders. Our programs and services are designed so that young mothers provide and teach parenting and leadership skills to newer mothers.
The American Brain Tumor AssociationFounded in 1973, the American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) was the first and is the only national advocacy organization committed to funding brain tumor research and providing information and education on all tumor types and age groups.
THE ART BUS PROJECT INCWe are a nonprofit, mobile exhibit dedicated to public access to art & a creative agenda. Housed in a school bus, it's a traveling showcase bringing 100s of artists' work to 8 towns along the eastern seaboard, where we will host hands on workshops designed to foster imaginative thought and action.
The Arthur Project IncThe Arthur Project is an intensive, three-year program providing at-risk youth with professional, dedicated mentors who are trained to address a range of issues central to a student’s ability to lead a successful life.
The Art of BrooklynFounded in 2011, The Art of Brooklyn is a not-for-profit organization that curates a conversation between the new, Brooklyn-based art community, immigrants, transplants and those born and raised in the borough.
The Arts @ Henson-Parks, Inc.Inspiring the art in exploration, discovery and fearless self-expression by promoting the use of art and technology to re-frame one's view. #ExploreYourWorld #pARTicipate
Theatre Now New York, Inc.Theatre Now New York creates, develops and produces new theatrical works. and the re-imagining of previously produced known titles and reinterpretation of classic works. We provide opportunities for emerging, mid-career and established theatre artists.
The Boys' Club of New YorkThe Boys' Club of New York (BCNY) is a program founded in 1876 by philanthropist E.H Harriman to provide a haven where boys can learn, play and develop into productive adults. Today, we serve nearly 4,000 boys, providing them with the necessary tools to develop into well rounded young men.
The Bridal GardenThe Bridal Garden is a not-for-profit bridal boutique whose proceeds benefit disadvantaged children.