Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy are committed to giving back to the communities where they have stores and have been involved with over 60 charities. Their continual support of these charitable projects continues to be a top priority and a matter of pride for the Marc Jacobs Intl family.

  • Active Element Foundation

    Active Element Foundation

    The Active Element Foundation is a non-profit organization that builds relationships between grassroots youth organizers, donors, professionals and artists through grant making, technical assistance and hip hop culture.

  • AEM Association for the Children of Rwanda

    AEM Association for the Children of Rwanda

    AEM develops specific actions to improve the living conditions of Rwandan children in the areas of health, nutrition, education and development .
  • Aid for AIDS

    Aid for AIDS

    Aid for AIDS is a non-profit organization committed to improving the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • Ali Forney Center

    Ali Forney Center

    The Ali Fourney Center provides housing for homeless LGBT youth in New York City.
  • American Cancer Society

    American Cancer Society

    The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the ACS has 12 chartered Divisions, more than 900 local offices nationwide, and a presence in more than 5,100 communities.
  • amfAR


    amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, is one of the world’s leading nonprofit organizations dedicated to the support of AIDS research, HIV prevention, treatment education, and the advocacy of sound AIDS-related public policy. Since 1985, amfAR has invested more than $340 million in its programs and has awarded grants to more than 2,000 research teams worldwide.
  • Artsconnection


    ArtsConnection was founded in 1979 through a collaboration between the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York City Youth Bureau, and the New York City Board of Education, and seeks to make the arts an essential part of education.
  • Bailey House

    Bailey House

    Bailey House offers safe, affordable housing for men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS in New York City.
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters NYC

    Big Brothers Big Sisters NYC

    The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City is to provide mentors to all children who need caring adult role models--friends who can help expand their horizons, realize their potential and enrich their futures-- changing their lives. Big Brothers, Big Sisters seeks to train community organizations in every neighborhood, empowering them to establish their own mentoring programs.
  • Boston Ballet

    Boston Ballet

    Since 1963, Boston Ballet has been one of the leading dance companies in the world on stage, in the studio and in the community. Boston Ballet maintains a repertoire of classical, neo-classical and contemporary works, ranging from full-length story ballets to new works by some of today's finest choreographers.
  • Camp Okizu

    Camp Okizu

    The mission of Okizu is to provide peer support, respite, mentoring, and recreational programs to meet the needs of all members of families affected by childhood cancer.
  • CancerCare


    CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization that provides free, professional support services for anyone affected by cancer.
  • Chicago Botanic Garden

    Chicago Botanic Garden

    The Chicago Botanic Garden was founded 40 years ago and seeks to promote the enjoyment, understanding, and conservation of plants and the natural world.
  • City Critters

    City Critters

    City Critters, Inc. is a small 501(c)(3) cat rescue and adoption organization located and operating in New York City. Their mission is to reduce the suffering and death of animals in the city by rescuing and placing stray and abandoned cats, kittens, and occasionally dogs; promoting the spay/neuter of all companion animals; educating the public on local animal issues; offering advice or assistance to local individuals on problems involving homeless cats and dogs; and working within the community to support the human-animal bond in all ways possible.
  • City Harvest

    City Harvest

    City Harvest provides free deliveries of food to nearly 600 emergency food programs throughout New York City, and links the food industry and countless organizations, foundations, corporations and private citizens together to help feed their hungry neighbors. City Harvest helps feed the more than one million New Yorkers that face hunger each year.
  • Citymeals-on-Wheels


    Citymeals-on-Wheels raises private funds to ensure no homebound elderly New Yorker will ever go a day without food or human company. Citymeals funds 33 community-based agencies that bring weekend, holiday and emergency meals to homebound elderly New Yorkers who can no longer shop or cook for themselves.
  • Climate Project

    Climate Project

    The Climate Project (TCP) was founded by Nobel laureate Al Gore in June 2006 and is a non-profit organization dedicated to calling attention to global problems associated with climate change. It is a grassroots environmental organization whose mission is to raise awareness to the issue of climate change by means of providing seminars, training and educational presentations worldwide.)
  • Clinton Foundation

    Clinton Foundation

    President Bill Clinton established the William J. Clinton Foundation with the mission to improve global health, strengthen economies, promote healthier childhoods, and protect the environment by fostering partnerships among governments, businesses, nongovernmental organizations, and private citizens — leveraging their expertise, resources, and passions — to turn good intentions into measurable results.
  • Common Threads

    Common Threads

    Common Threads seeks to educate children on the importance of nutrition and physical well-being, and to foster an appreciation of cultural diversity through cooking.
  • Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Costume Institute houses a collection of more than thirty-five thousand costumes and accessories, representing five continents and seven centuries of fashionable dress, regional costumes, and accessories for men, women, and children, from the fifteenth century to the present.
  • Creative Growth

    Creative Growth

    Creative Growth Art Center serves adult artists with developmental, mental and physical disabilities, providing a professional studio environment for artistic development, gallery exhibition and representation and a social atmosphere among peers.
  • Crusaid


    Crusaid is a United Kingdom charity dedicated to helping poor and marginalised people affected by HIV and AIDS. Providing support, awareness, education projects and hardship funds, for the last two decades Crusaid has worked to enable individuals and communities to regain their dignity and improve their quality of life.
  • DAA Designers Against Aids

    DAA Designers Against Aids

    Non-profit organization ‘Beauty Without Irony’ has launched the international project ‘Designers Against AIDS’ (DAA) in 2004 in order to raise AIDS awareness in the international media and towards the general public, more specifically towards young people in the industrialised countries using elements from pop culture (music, fashion, design, arts, sports, film, celebrities, etc).
  • Downtown for Democracy

    Downtown for Democracy

    Downtown for Democracy is an alliance of professionals in the arts and creative media who share a deep commitment to progressive ideals.
  • Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

    Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

    The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing pediatric HIV infection and eliminating pediatric AIDS through research, advocacy, and prevention, care, and treatment programs. Founded in 1988, EGPAF works in 15 countries around the world.
  • Empire State Pride Agenda

    Empire State Pride Agenda

    The Empire State Pride Agenda is New York's statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights and advocacy organization. Their mission is to win equality and justice for LGBT New Yorkers and their families.
  • F.E.G.S. Health and Human Services Center

    F.E.G.S. Health and Human Services Center

    FEGS Health and Human Services System seeks to meet the needs of the Jewish and broader community through a diverse network of high quality, cost-efficient health and human services that help each person achieve greater independence at work, at home, at school and in the community, and meet the ever-changing needs of business and our society.
  • Fashion and Friends for Japan

    Fashion and Friends for Japan

    Fashion and Friends for Japan was a series of online auctions spearheaded by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CDFA) that brought together many of the world’s leading fashion and media brands to raise money for relief efforts in Japan.

  • Fondazione Monza e Brianza (Milan)

    Fondazione Monza e Brianza (Milan)

    The Fondazione Monza e Brianza was established by public deed in 2000 by Project Community Foundations of Cariplo to promote modern philanthropy and improve the quality of life of the Community of Monza and Brianza.
  • French Institute Alliance France

    French Institute Alliance France

    The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization incorporated in New York. FIAF's mission is to create and offer New Yorkers innovative and unique programs in education and the arts that explore the evolving diversity and richness of French cultures.
  • Fresh Art

    Fresh Art

    Fresh Art collaborates with local New York City social service, community, and institutional art programs in an effort to bring the talented work of these marginalized artists into the public eye. The mission of Fresh Art, a non-profit organization, is to provide expanded artistic, personal development, and entrepreneurial opportunities to New York City artists with special needs.
  • Friends of Bleecker Playground

    Friends of Bleecker Playground

    Friends of Bleecker Playground is a volunteer group dedicated to making Bleecker Playground and the adjoining plaza a clean, green, and safe center of community life for the families and residents of the West Village.
  • Gift of Hope AIDS Hospice

    Gift of Hope AIDS Hospice

    Gift of Hope is a hospice center for AIDS patients located in the former convent of St. Wenceslaus Church in E. Baltimore.



    The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) amplifies the voice of the LGBT community by empowering real people to share their stories, holding the media accountable for the words and images they present, and helping grassroots organizations communicate effectively. By ensuring that the stories of LGBT people are heard through the media, GLAAD promotes understanding, increases acceptance, and advances equality.
  • GMHC


    The Gay Men's Health Crisis is the world’s first and leading provider of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and advocacy. GMHC fights to end the AIDS epidemic and uplift the lives of all affected.
  • God’s Love We Deliver

    God’s Love We Deliver

    God's Love We Deliver is the tri-state area's leading provider of nutritious, individually-tailored meals to people who are too sick to shop or cook for themselves. Founded in 1985 when one woman began delivering food on her bicycle to a man dying from AIDS, God's Love now cooks 4,000 meals each weekday, delivering them to clients living with life-altering illnesses in all five boroughs of New York City, Newark and Hudson County, New Jersey.
  • Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

    Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

    The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation was founded in 1980 to preserve the architectural heritage and cultural history of Greenwich Village, the East Village, and NoHo. GVSHP is a leader in protecting the sense of place and human scale that define the Village’s unique community.
  • Heifer International

    Heifer International

    Heifer International's mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and care for the Earth. By giving families a hand-up, not just a handout, Heifer International seeks to empower them to turn hunger and poverty into hope and prosperity. By bringing communities together and linking them with markets in their area, HI helps bring sustainable agriculture and commerce to areas with a long history of poverty.
  • Hetrick-Martin Institute

    Hetrick-Martin Institute

    Since its founding, the Hetrick-Martin Institute has grown from a small, volunteer-led grass-roots advocacy organization into a leading professional provider of social support and programming for at-risk lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning (LGBTQ) youth. HMI youth members, ranging in age from 12 to 24, come from over 300 zip codes throughout all of New York City and the surrounding metropolitan area.
  • Housing Works

    Housing Works

    Housing Works is a healing community of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Their mission is to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS through relentless advocacy, the provision of lifesaving services, and entrepreneurial businesses that sustain their efforts.
  • Hudson River Park Trust

    Hudson River Park Trust

    Hudson River Park Trust is a partnership between New York State and City charged with the design, construction and operation of the five-mile Hudson River Park, and is the largest open space project to undergo construction in Manhattan since the completion of Central Park.
  • Hudson Valley AIDS Auction

    Hudson Valley AIDS Auction

    The Hudson Valley AIDS Auction is an annual event that aims to bring awareness and raise for AIDS research.

  • Joyce Theater

    Joyce Theater

    Founded in 1982, The Joyce Theater was created by dancers for dance. Today, The Joyce is considered one of the premiere performance venues for dance and attracts an annual audience of more than 140,000. The mission of The Joyce Theater Foundation is to serve and support the art of dance and choreography, promote the richness and variety of the art form in its fullest expression, and enhance the public interest in, and appreciation of, dance and the allied arts of music, design, and theater.
  • Junior League of Boston

    Junior League of Boston

    The Junior League of Boston (JL Boston) was established in 1906 by young women interested in educating other young women in how to address and resolve the community problems and needs of the greater Boston Metro area. Throughout the past 100 years, JL Boston has grown in membership and involvement in the Boston Metro community. Their community service focus is the health and education of women and children.
  • Junior League of New York City

    Junior League of New York City

    The New York Junior League (NYJL) is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. The New York Junior League reaches out to women of all races, religions and national origins who demonstrate an interest and commitment to volunteerism.
  • Junior League of San Francisco

    Junior League of San Francisco

    The Junior League of San Francisco, Inc. (JLSF) is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
  • Junior League of Savannah

    Junior League of Savannah

    The Junior League of Savannah was established in 1926 to further interest among its members in social, economic, educational, cultural and civic conditions of the community through effective volunteer service. The Junior League of Savannah is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
  • Lambda Legal

    Lambda Legal

    Founded in 1973, Lambda Legal is the oldest and largest national legal organization whose mission is to safeguard and advance the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and policy work.
  • LGBT Community Center NYC

    LGBT Community Center NYC

    CenterLink was founded in 1994 as a member-based coalition to support the development of strong, sustainable LGBT community centers. The organization plays an important role in supporting the growth of LGBT centers across the country and addressing the challenges they face, by helping them to improve their organizational and service delivery capacity and increase access to public resources.
  • Liver Good Life (UK)

    Liver Good Life (UK)

    Liver Good Life is a charity organization founded by Jazzy de Lisser who, as a result of her own experiences, strives to give hope to those who have or are suffering from Hepatitis C and other related liver disease.
  • Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center

    Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center

    The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center provides a broad array of services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, welcoming nearly a quarter-million client visits from ethnically diverse youth and adults each year.
  • M.O.C.A (Museum of Contemporary Art) Miami

    M.O.C.A (Museum of Contemporary Art) Miami

    Opened in 1996, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) is dedicated to making contemporary art accessible to diverse audiences – especially underserved populations – through the collection, preservation and exhibition of the best of contemporary art and its art historical influences.
  • National Breast Cancer Foundation

    National Breast Cancer Foundation

    The National Breast Cancer Foundation was founded in 1991 by breast cancer survivor, Janelle Hail. NBCF continues to grow every year to help more and more women around the world by educating them about breast cancer and providing free mammograms to women in need.
  • New Visions for Public Schools

    New Visions for Public Schools

    New Visions for Publis Schools is dedicated to ensuring that all New York City public school students, regardless of race or economic class, can fully participate as citizens and economic actors nationally and internationally.
  • New York Community Trust

    New York Community Trust

    Since 1924, the New York Community Trust has helped make donors' charitable dreams come true by funding the nonprofits that make NYC a vital and secure place. In 2011 the Trust utilized assets of nearly $2 billion in more than 2,000 charitable funds, and made grants totaling $137 million.
  • New York Restoration Project

    New York Restoration Project

    The New York Restoration Project (NYRP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming open space in underserved communities to create a greener, more sustainable New York City. In partnership with the City of New York, NYRP is also leading MillionTreesNYC – an initiative to plant and care for one million new trees throughout New York City’s five boroughs by 2017.
  • New York University Skin and Cancer Unit

    New York University Skin and Cancer Unit

    The Skin and Cancer Unit of the Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology, founded in 1872 as the New York Skin and Cancer Hospital, is an outpatient dermatology teaching center located at NYU Langone Medical Center's newly renovated Ambulatory Care Center.
  • NewFest (New York Gay and Lesbian Film Festival)

    NewFest (New York Gay and Lesbian Film Festival)

    Founded in 1988, the New Festival is an annual one-week program of gay and lesbian cinema. The festival screens features, shorts and documentaries that explore themes of sexuality by directors from the world over.
  • North Beach Citizen’s Group

    North Beach Citizen’s Group

    North Beach Citizens was started by a group of residents and merchants in North Beach, San Francisco who began meeting in 1996 to discuss the ways in which the North Beach community could address the issue of homelessness in their neighborhood.
  • Operation Smile

    Operation Smile

    Operation Smile is a worldwide children's charity organization that helps treat facial deformities such as cleft lips & cleft palates.
  • P.S. Arts

    P.S. Arts

    P.S. ARTS is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization with a team of dedicated Teaching Artists, committed Administrative Staff and supportive Board Members that enthusiastically sustain their mission to improve children’s lives through arts education.
  • PAAM (Provincetown Art Association and Museum)

    PAAM (Provincetown Art Association and Museum)

    The Provincetown Art Association and Museum seeks to promote and cultivate the practice and appreciation of all branches of the fine arts, to assemble and maintain in the town of Provincetown and environs a collection of works of art of merit, to hold exhibitions, and by forums, concerts and similar activities to promote education of the public in the arts and social intercourse between artists and laymen.
  • Parrish Art Museum

    Parrish Art Museum

    The Parrish Art Museum is devoted to the collection, preservation, interpretation and dissemination of American art with particular focus on the art of the East End of Long Island. The Museum is committed to bringing art and people together in its education and outreach programs.
  • Parsons School of Design

    Parsons School of Design

    A pioneer in art and design education since its founding in 1896, Parsons has cultivated outstanding artists, designers, scholars, businesspeople, and community leaders for more than a century.
  • Peace One Day

    Peace One Day

    Over the last 10 years, Peace Day has been proved as an opportunity for life-saving activities and action by individuals worldwide every September 21.
  • Phoenix House

    Phoenix House

    Phoenix House is committed to protecting and supporting individuals, families, and communities affected by substance abuse and dependency.
  • Pilgrim Bark Park (Provincetown)

    Pilgrim Bark Park (Provincetown)

    Opened in 2008 by the Provincetown Dog Park Association, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Pilgrim Bark Park is located on an acre of land where dogs can run free and socialize off leash.
  • Planned Parenthood

    Planned Parenthood

    For over 90 years, Planned Parenthood of NYC has sought to empower individuals to make independent, informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive lives. Planned Parenthood provides information and health care, and promotes public policies that make those services available to all.
  • Project Angel Food

    Project Angel Food

    Project Angel Food's mission is to nourish the body and spirit of men, women and children affected by HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other life-threatening illnesses. Volunteers and staff cook and deliver free and nutritious meals prepared with love throughout Los Angeles County, acting out of a sense of urgency because hunger and illness do not wait.
  • Project Open Hand

    Project Open Hand

    Since 1985, Project Open Hand has been providing “meals with love” to people living with serious illnesses and to seniors in San Francisco and Alameda County and has served as a model for over 100 organizations all over the world.
  • Project Sunshine

    Project Sunshine

    Project Sunshine is a nonprofit organization that provides free educational, recreational, and social programs to children facing medical challenges and their families. Project Sunshine empowers a dynamic and dedicated corps of over 10,000 volunteers to bring programming - recreational (arts), educational (tutoring and mentoring) and social service (HIV and nutritional counseling) - to over 60,000 children facing medical challenges and their families in 150 major cities across the United States and in five international satellite sites: Canada, China, Israel, Kenya and Puerto Rico.
  • Provincetown Community Center

    Provincetown Community Center

    The Provincetown Community Center is home to a large number of children and adult programs. One of the most utilized programs is one that the Recreation Department offers - the Children's Summer Recreation Program.
  • Provincetown Film Festival

    Provincetown Film Festival

    Founded in 1999, the Provincetown International Film Festival (PIFF) is one of the country's preeminent film festivals, presenting diverse programming - the only year-round programming in Provincetown - that reflects the town's unique place in American history.
  • Riverkeeper


    Riverkeeper is a member-supported watchdog organization dedicated to defending the Hudson River and its tributaries and protecting the drinking water supply of nine million New York City and Hudson Valley residents. For more than 44 years Riverkeeper has been New York’s clean water advocate.
  • Rock N Roll Camp for Girls

    Rock N Roll Camp for Girls

    The Rock ’n’ Roll Camp for Girls, a 501(c)3 non-profit, builds girls self-esteem through music creation and performance. Providing workshops and technical training, the camp creates leadership opportunities, cultivates a supportive community of peers and mentors, and encourages social change and the development of life skills.
  • Runway to Green

    Runway to Green

    Runway to Green was a fashion component of Christie's "A Bid to Save the Earth" charity auction, featuring looks from 26 designers, with proceeds going to a variety of environmental charities.

  • Savannah Pride

    Savannah Pride

    The Savannah Pride Organization is proud to call the historic city of Savannah home. With over twelve years of celebration, awareness, and unity, SP's mission of unity through diversity, and social awareness has helped promote the well-being of the LGBT community in the South.
  • Savannah Skate Park

    Savannah Skate Park

    The Savannah Skate Park is the work of a non-profit group (501 c3) called Chatham County Skate Park Supporters dedicated to constructing a 25,000 square foot free public concrete skatepark at Lake Mayer Community Park in Savannah, GA. The group hopes to break ground in late 2012.
  • SCAD Fashion Show

    SCAD Fashion Show

    The Savannah College of Art and Design exists to prepare talented students for professional careers, emphasizing learning through individual attention in a positively oriented university environment. SCAD hosts a fashion show showcasing its top student talent each year.
  • SCAD Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy Scholarship Fund

    SCAD Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy Scholarship Fund

    This scholarship is available to a full-time fashion design student who demonstrates financial need, exhibit leadership skills, and possess community service experience.
  • Shelter (UK)

    Shelter (UK)

    Shelter is a registered charity that campaigns to end homelessness and bad housing in England and Scotland, and gives advice, information and advocacy to people in need, and tackles the root causes of bad housing by lobbying government and local authorities for new laws and policies to improve the lives of homeless and badly housed people.
  • Soup Kitchen In Provincetown (S.K.I.P.)

    Soup Kitchen In Provincetown (S.K.I.P.)

    Established in 1992, the Soup Kitchen In Provincetown (SKIP) provides a hot, nourishing lunch to Outer Cape Cod residents, November through April, Monday through Friday.
  • Step Up on Second

    Step Up on Second

    Step Up on Second provides Help, Hope, and a Home for individuals affected by severe and persistent mental health issues, and young adults who have experienced trauma and are at risk of developing mental health issues, and their families.
  • The Andy Warhol Museum

    The Andy Warhol Museum

    The Andy Warhol Museum is a vital forum in which diverse audiences of artists, scholars, and the general public are galvanized through creative interaction with the art and life of Andy Warhol. The Warhol is ever-changing, constantly redefining itself in relationship to contemporary life using its unique collections and dynamic interactive programming as tools.
  • The Door

    The Door

    Since 1972, The Door has helped a diverse and rapidly growing population of disconnected youth in New York City gain the tools they need to become successful, in school, work and in life. Their mission is to empower young people to reach their potential by providing comprehensive youth development services in a diverse and caring environment.
  • The Film Foundation

    The Film Foundation

    The Film Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1990 by Martin Scorsese, dedicated to protecting and preserving motion picture history by providing annual support for preservation and restoration projects at the leading film archives. Since its inception, the foundation has been instrumental in raising awareness of the urgent need for film preservation and has helped to save over 560 motion pictures.
  • The Fund for Public Schools (NYC)

    The Fund for Public Schools (NYC)

    The Fund for Public Schools works to attract private investment in school reform and to encourage greater involvement of all New Yorkers in the education of children. This includes working to secure critical funding for system-wide education reform initiatives; facilitating strategic public-private partnerships; managing a targeted set of programs to support city schools; and building citywide public awareness.
  • The Museum at F.I.T.

    The Museum at F.I.T.

    Founded in 1969, the Museum at FIT, accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, is one of a select group of specialized fashion museums. The Museum works to create exhibitions, programs, and publications that are both entertaining and educational. The mission of the Museum is to collect, conserve, document, exhibit, and interpret fashion.
  • Third Wave Foundation

    Third Wave Foundation

    Third Wave Foundation is a feminist, activist foundation that works nationally to support the vision and voices of young women, transgender and gender nonconforming youth ages 15 to 30. Their purpose is to support and strengthen these young activists and their allies who work for gender, racial, social, and economic justice.
  • Tisch School of the Arts

    Tisch School of the Arts

    For over 45 years, the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University has drawn on the vast resources of New York City and NYU to create an extraordinary training ground for artists, scholars of the arts, and creative entrepreneurs.
  • Trevor Project

    Trevor Project

    The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.
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