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Studio 360 is founded on the belief that what goes around comes around. Throughout the year, we partner with different charities to ensure we’re doing our part to not only improve ourselves, but also the world around us.
It takes just one revolution to make a change!
Levi arms you with the tools to develop your talent, build connections and stay inspired day in and day out as you grow and develop. They believe you can create a life you're passionate about.
It's no coincidence that their name is the Latin root of the word "elevate."
Since 1952, CCBF has been proud to support the pioneering and lifesaving work of the Division of Pediatric Hematology & Oncology at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. As one of the most comprehensive programs of its kind, our medical clinic treats over 500 patients yearly through over 8,000 visits, supplying the best in patient care to children and their families.
Through the empowerment of education, Girl2B Foundation works to give every young girl a chance to reach her full potential, freeing her from the unfair cycle of poverty, and making her an agent of change. For more information on this foundation, please visit:
World Bicycle Relief is mobilizing people through the Power of Bicycles. They envision a world where distance is no longer a barrier to education, healthcare and economic opportunity. They provide specially-designed, locally assembled bicycles to entrepreneurs, healthcare workers and students across rural Africa through sustainable work-to-own and study-to-own programs. They also train field mechanics to ensure access to maintenance and spare parts. For more information, please visit:
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
The National MS Society's vision is a world free of MS. The Society's mission is to mobilize people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS.
For more information on this organization, please visit:
Mr. Bones & Co. is an all-volunteer based 501(c)3 animal welfare non-profit committed to supporting animal rescue and advocacy in our backyard of New York City and the tri-state area, as well as on a global level. Their mission is to support existing shelters and rescue groups with outreach initiatives including spay/neuter events, fundraising and pet adoption support to drive public awareness about animal welfare. MBC also awards numerous grants each year for a variety of services; pet care to low income families, adoption training to help harder to place dogs find homes, and assistance to selfless animal rescuers doing what they can on their own.
At The Children’s Aid Society, our mission is to help children in poverty to succeed and thrive by providing comprehensive supports to children and their families, from birth to young adulthood, and supporting them on the path to college graduation. We do this because we believe that every child deserves a fair opportunity to take part in the American dream—the idea that where you end up in life should not be determined by where you started.
The Men's Story Project was initiated in 2008 to help move groups create live story-sharing events, documentary films, and other mass media wherein men publicly examine social ideas about manhood through the lens of their own life experience. The goal of the MSP is the reduction of violence and abuse against women, domestic and sexual assault.
100% of every donation to Cycle for Survival is directly allocated to research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center within six months of the events. The donations go to pioneering research and clinical trials, and have already led to new and better treatments for cancer patients worldwide. Memorial Sloan Kettering researchers collaborate with institutions around the world, and have led the way in developing new ways to diagnose and treat cancer.
Camp Sunshine provides respite, support, joy, and hope to children with life-threatening illnesses and their immediate families from around the world through the various stages of their journeys. The year-round program is free of charge to all families, and includes 24-hour onsite medical and psychosocial support. Camp Sunshine also provides bereavement sessions for families who have lost a child to supported illnesses.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary (nonprofit) health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services. The Winston Prep School will be raising money through Team in Training for Laura Sobieski.
Right of Way, Direct Action Street Justice
The fundamental human right to move about in public space without being intimidated, injured, or worse is the “right of way.” On the streets of New York City, drivers routinely violate this basic right of others. Right of Way uses direct action to highlight this issue and rectify it. Our mission is to assert the public right of way and turn the streets into vibrant public space for all. For more information, please visit:
Tuesday's Children was founded to promote long-term healing in all those directly impacted by the events of September 11, 2001. Our mission today is to keep the promise to those children and families while serving and supporting communities affected by acts of terror worldwide.
For more information on the wonderful organization, please visit
The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City is to provide mentors to all children who need caring adult role models--special friends who can help expand their horizons, realize their potential and enrich their futures--changing their lives. We seek to train community organizations in every neighborhood, empowering them to establish their own mentoring programs.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world’s largest voluntary health organization dedicated to finding cures for blood cancers. Since its founding in 1949, LLS has awarded over $875 million in research grants, and last year alone, LLS distributed over $68 million in funding for blood cancer research. Of 67 new cancer drugs approved by the F.D.A since 2000, almost half (28) were approved as treatments for blood cancer patients and were advanced with the support of LLS.
City Year works to bridge the gap in high poverty communities between the support that students actually need, and what their schools are designed and resourced to provide. In doing so, they're helping to increase graduation rates across the county, and changing the lives of the students they serve.
APRIL / MAY 2015
To provide charitable support to organizations that set out to inspire, nurture, and promote the betterment of the human spirit that is present within each of us.
From its inception in 1899, Calvary Hospital has been faithfully devoted to providing palliative care to adult patients in the advanced stages of cancer, addressing the symptoms of the disease, not its cure. A voluntary, not-for-profit hospital, operated in connection with the Archdiocese of New York, Calvary continues to embody this tradition of caring through the services an programs offered and through the dedication and concern shown by its staff members. For more information, please visit:
Thyroid, Head & Neck Cancer Foundation. THANC is committed to supporting research and education in the early detection and treatment of thyroid and head and neck cancer, to advancing new therapies, and to alleviating the suffering and functional impairment of patients who undergo treatment.
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Starlight Children’s Foundation® NY*NJ*CT chapter is part of Starlight’s global network, serving kids and families through partnerships with more than 100 healthcare facilities. Over the past 30 years, Starlight has become a leading global charity that partners with experts to improve the life and health of kids and families around the world. Collaborating with innovators in pediatric healthcare, entertainment and technology, Starlight provides a unique blend of family-centered programs and services from hospital to home. Since the New York Chapter began in 1985, we have expanded our service to reach seriously ill children in New Jersey and Connecticut. Each year our chapter serves more than 275,000 children and their families in the tri-state area.
The Bridge is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization in its 60th Year that assists close to 2,300 vulnerable New Yorkers each year, including the homeless, people suffering with serious mental illness, substance abuse disorders. The Bridge helps them achieve a better life in the community through safe and affordable housing, vocational training and job placement, mental health and substance abuse treatment, homeless outreach, art and poetry therapy programs and health care. The Bridge is unique in offering all of these services under one umbrella organization.
JANUARY '14 / DECEMBER '13
At The Headstrong Project, we are committed to helping our fellow veterans recover from the hidden wounds of war in order to lead full and meaningful lives. We do this by providing completely confidential, cost free, and bureaucracy free state of the art treatment.