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We are connecting divided communities, improving graduation rates, reducing crime rates and empowering resilient, skilled young leaders through system-change based arts programming in underserved areas.
The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption is a national, nonprofit public charity dedicated exclusively to finding permanent homes for the nearly 155,000 children waiting in North America’s foster care systems.
Our mission is to champion the successful permanency of each foster child who comes to our door. We understand that each individual’s unique history, culture, and needs must be considered as they journey to stable, healthy homes.
To help children without families reach their potential, by creating a two-way bridge of meaningful connection between children in need and caring people who have the means to help. We change lives on both sides of the bridge.
Ripple Ministries of Snohomish provides under-resourced teens with training in Filmmaking and Video Production. We strive to develop confidence, conviction and hope for a bright future through The Teen Storytellers Project program & Digital Gym.
The mission of the Foundation for Positively Kids is to provide high-quality healthcare services for medically fragile and/or developmentally delayed children, birth to 18, and their families in Southern Nevada.
Our mission is to provide homeless and underserved children the opportunity to process life’s stresses through expressive art, while building on decades of experience to expand and enrich our programs.
Our mission is to end the epidemic of children's chronic health conditions by working to eliminate harmful exposures, hold those responsible accountable, and establish safeguards so this never happens again.
Yspaniola provides literacy-focused education classes for children from impoverished communities called bateys, and university scholarships which allow talented youth from low-income families to achieve their dreams of a college degree.