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McLean High School Band
The McLean High School Band Parents Association raises funds to support the McLean High School Band program. Money raised is used to pay sectional teachers, replace and repair musical instruments and uniforms, and pay contest fees, special event fees, and some transportation costs. In general, Fairfax County supplies very little for our program.
Zenith Community Arts Foundation
Zenith Community Arts Foundation (ZCAF) is dedicated to promoting art and fostering alliances between artists, businesses, non-profits and public-sector organizations, using the transformative power of art to benefit community.
Arts for Border Children
The transformative power of the arts drives the highly successful integrative reform process of Arts for Border Children (ABC). The ABC process is changing lives of children on native lands, rural areas and the inner cites of Arizona. ABC provides innovative and comprehensive programs in dance, media arts, music, and the visual arts that are integrated with the core curriculum. We particularly encourage teachers to have students experience the parallels between science and the arts.
MorDance strives to be an innovator in the ballet community. Our mission is to celebrate ballet that is modern and inspires but also maintains the integrity of classical ballet. MorDance aims to broaden the base of support for the art form of ballet, foster a greater appreciation for ballet, and develop future audiences through live performances and programs that service schools, families, and community groups.
Gene Stratton-Porter Memorial Society
The Gene Stratton-Porter Memorial Society supports the Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site in Rome City, Indiana. We strive to share the legacy of Hoosier author Gene Stratton-Porter which is exploring and conserving nature through life-long learning. She was an amazing woman ahead of her time in many respects, committed to family, the arts, nature and technology. Today, the GSP Site is comprised of 150 acres including her Cabin at Wildflower Woods available for guided tours.
The Comite Tricolore (501-C 3) is the associative network of a strong and supportive Francophone community in the ??Washington, DC area. It is an apolitical, philanthropic non – profit, open to French, Francophone and Franco-American clubs or associations of the Washington, DC region which share a common interest in French culture and in the strengthening of the relationship between France and the United States.