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Mission: To co-create a conscious and sustainable world through experiential education and support services.
UNITE The World With Africa’s mission is to provide impactful connections, resources and expertise to help advance women’s health, education and microfinance programs throughout Tanzania, East Africa.
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Holiday Party 2009
Sustainable Long Island
Sustainable Long Island promotes community and economic development that protects the environment and increases opportunity for all Long Islanders, now and in future generations. Sustainable Long Island helps communities across Long Island identify priorities for development and develop practical strategies to build safer, stronger, healthier, and more vibrant downtowns. We bring together diverse stakeholders, in to a comprehensive planning process and we connect them with the resources they need to create a shared vision for the future of the community. Over the past 12 years, Sustainable Long Island has partnered with over a dozen communities across Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
Autumn 2009 Event
The Ward-Nasse Gallery is a non-profit, artist administered alternative space in the heart of SoHo, dedicated to the presentation of the visual, spoken, and performing arts. All artists are given the opportunity to present their work to the public regardless of the artist's age, race, gender, or beliefs; and without outside censorship. (178 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012; Tues.- Sat. 11-6 and Sun. 1-6, (212) 925-6951). For more information on becoming a Member and showing your work or joining their mailing list, please click here.
2009 Valentine's Day Event
Safe Horizon is the nation’s leading victim assistance organization and reaches over 350,000 people each year who have been touched by violence. Whether we are responding to child abuse, domestic violence, or other violent crimes, we help victims and their families heal and rebuild their lives.
2008 Holiday Party
Women for Women International mobilizes women to change their lives through a holistic approach that addresses the unique needs of women in conflict and post-conflict environments. Participation in their one-year program launches women on a journey from victim to survivor to active citizen. Then then they identify services to support graduates of the program as they continue to strive for greater social, economic and political participation in their communities.
Autumn 2008 Event
Anthony Butler, Executive Director
Bread and Life daily addresses the issues of hunger and poverty in Brooklyn and Queens. Every day, Bread and Life serves over one thousand meals to hungry New Yorkers. We provide these services both at our Lewis Avenue facility and through our unique Mobile Soup Kitchen. For many, the meals that Bread and Life provide are the only meals they have. Our goal is to combat poverty and help people achieve self-sufficiency, in addition to educating the public and increasing awareness about meals to needy New Yorkers.
Summer 2008 Event
Dale Chami, Metro-NY Regional Director
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is the leading not-for-profit exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research and education, and to reaching out to people with mood disorders and those impacted by suicide. AFSP awards over $2 million in research grants to a range of projects by new and experienced investigators. AFSP's programs include a college screening project, educational films on depression for college and high school students, and the Survivor Outreach Program in which trained volunteer survivors visit newly bereaved families upon their request.
Spring 2008 Event
Pamela Rich, HHC
North Shore Long Island Chapter, Founding Leader
Holistic Mom’s Network is a national not-for-profit organization with over 120 chapters throughout the Country and Canada run by volunteers. Our monthly meetings focus on such topics as Natural Health, Mindful Parenting and "all things Holistic". Our purpose is to generate national awareness, education, and support for holistic parenting and to provide a nurturing, open-minded, and respectful community for parents to share these ideals. We encourage individuals in their efforts to maintain health and holistic living, parent naturally and to raise their children holistically, to help holistic moms find others with whom they can connect, and to continually educate ourselves and our families about alternative health, mindful parenting, natural healing, and green living.