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NGOs and foundations
The UNICEF is providing us with an important logistic support at local and regional levels. On a worldwide level, the local UNICEF offices help us to introduce the project and our art activities in schools worldwide. Hundreds of awareness programs were also organised together. Since 2005, the Unicef partnered with Art in All of Us in over 95 countries. In 2009 UNICEF decided to honor our work to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Children's rights. UNICEF Executive Director Anne Veneman opened the event, acknowledging the impact and importance of AiA's work. See here the full story and here on Unicef TV.
SOS Children's Villages is a non-governmental and social development organisation, which has been active in the field of children's needs, concerns and rights since 1949. Its activities focus on neglected and abandoned children and orphans, as well as disadvantaged families. If a child cannot stay with his/her biological family, his/her right to care, protection and equal opportunities should still be guaranteed. This is the basic principle according to which SOS Children's Villages carries out its activities in 132 countries and territories. SOS Children's Villages makes it possible for children to be part of a family once again by providing family-based care. SOS Children's Villages has decided to support and take part to AiA programs, by hosting our workshops in many of their Villages and Schools.
Fundacion America is a not for profit organization that was created in 1993 in Santiago de Chile. In their motivation to integrate Latin America and all their social segments, The Foundation has created several programs related to the visual arts and society. The more emblematic activities of Foundation America are the Experimental WorkShop Cuerpos Pintados socio-cultural activity programs IntegrArte. Emblematic photographer and artist Roberto Edwards - founder of Fundacion America - will advise us in the design of the World Art Book, supporting us in the whole artistic part and of edition of this program.
ArtVenture is a philanthropic organisation based in Singapore which supports projects which use the arts to improve people's lives in developing countries. In May 2007, ArtVenture decided to finance the visit of the Central American region covering as such 22 countries.
iEarn (International Education and Resource Network) is the world's largest non-profit global network that enables young people to use the Internet and other new technologies to engage in collaborative educational projects that both enhance learning and make a difference in the world. Established in 1988 as a pioneering online program among schools in the United States and schools in the former Soviet Union, iEARN is now active in more than 27,000 schools and youth organizations in 125 countries. iEARN countries in Southern Africa will welcome Art in All of Us creative art and exchange programs in schools. We encourage all Art in All of Us schools to follow this inspirational experience.
Boomerang Yoga Events is a New York State non-for profit corporation that produces boutique-styled yoga-inspired events as alternative fund-raising for other non-profit organizations. AiA was chosen as their preferred charity in 2010 and they organised a very successful Yogathon for the Curriculum program.
The Foundation Vicente Huidobro was constituted in 1990 with the purpose of preserving the legacy of the poet, one of the biggest and original Chilean literacy figures and of the Castilian languages of the century. Their mission is to maintain that legacy in Chile, to increase it, to organize it and to put it in value in such a way that it fulfills significant cultural and social aim, spreading its work and fomenting the creativity of the society. The Foundation decided to give us support in the field of poetry, making us profit from their very valuable and extended expertise in children poetry.
Maison des Enfants du Monde is a non-profit-making association established in 2002 and based Belgium, whose aim is improving the living conditions of street-children in the developing countries, by giving them access to housing, health care, education and vocational training so that they can be accepted back into society. The association will support the project and will bring all the logistical assistance (contacts within schools, text and images processing, contact with press, etc.) being part of our local correspondents staff needed to the successful implementation of the project.
Art4Aid is a non profit organization whose mission is to redefine the relationship between artistic expression and philanthropy. The goals of our programs are to to EMPOWER children to reach beyond their current life circumstances and realize their potential and to PROMOTE education in remote communities around the world by providing school supplies and other resources to communicate with children across borders. We aim to ENCOURAGE social awareness and instruction through digital art workshops directed at developing artistic and social skills.