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L.A. DANCE PROJECT

Who they are:

L.A. Dance Project is a live-art experience meant to inspire, create, educate, and change perspectives through the accessible and transformative power of dance.

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How we're helping:

We previously launched a limited-edition collaboration to raise awareness of their work, while our partnership enabled LADP to co-sponsor their own Drive-In Dances series.

"As a non-profit significantly affected by the pandemic, we will always be grateful to ZADIG&VOLTAIRE for stepping up to support the arts community. The brand’s authentically altruistic approach inspired hope when we needed it most."


Cassandra Kraus,

Director Of Development




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BLACK ART IN AMERICA TM

Who they are:

Black Art In America is a digital, multifaceted arts company based in Columbus, Georgia focused on documenting, preserving, and promoting African-American art.

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How we're helping:

Our support will advance the cause of African-American art by enabling Black Art In America to expand its reach to an untapped print audience with the introduction of our Black Art In America magazine.

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"The relationship has raised funds for numerous arts vehicles during a global crisis while simultaneously providing a visible platform for emerging artists and organizations. Resources will also assist as we add full-time staff to our team."


Najee Dorsey,

Founder


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NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS


Who they are:

The National Alliance on Mental Illness is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization providing advocacy, education, support, and public awareness so that all affected by mental illness can build better lives.

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How we're helping:

With our contributions, NAMI-NYC has expanded their programs to especially serve disadvantaged communities, as well as onboard additional volunteer teachers, facilitators, and presenters.

"We are growing the number of people we serve, especially focusing on reaching underserved communities. We will introduce new programs and services that will adapt to changing needs for New Yorkers with mental illness over the next few years."


Sarah Sheahan,

Director Of Events & Operations