Cliffton Dry partners with many diverse organizations and events.
The UN Women for Peace Association, Inc. was founded in 2008, under the patronage of H.E. Mrs. Ban Soon-taek, the wife of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. We help to advance the goals of academic and charitable organizations that provide opportunities for women to partake in the global peace building process through social, cultural, educational and women empowerment programs.
The UNWFPA is committed to the prevention of violence against women and girls, to the provision of services to those affected by violence, to strengthening the implementation of laws and policies against violence, and to the empowerment of women in countries and societies where they are under-advantaged.
Much of our energy is directed toward raising funds for the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women. The UN Trust Fund, established by the General Assembly in 1996 and managed by UN Women, focuses in particular on developing countries, countries in conflict, and post-conflict settings. Our contributions to the Trust Fund directly fund these efforts
The UN Women for Peace Association is dedicated to activities that promote tolerance and respect toward the creation of a peaceful world. We envision a world in which women everywhere have the same opportunities:
Since its founding in 1984, DIFFA has emerged from a grassroots organization into one of the largest funders of HIV/AIDS service and education in the U.S. With chapters and community partners across the country – including Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Seattle— DIFFA has granted more than $42 million to support hundreds of nonprofit organizations across the country combating HIV/AIDS through preventive education, treatment, direct care and advocacy.
Mobilizing the resources of the design industry to raise awareness and funds, DIFFA has created legendary programs and events that highlight a cause that has significantly impacted the industry for over three decades.
Combating misinformation, ignorance, and prejudice is a vital element in the fight against HIV/AIDS and DIFFA is committed to continuing its support for this important work. By combining talent, creative marketing strategies, and a national network of volunteers and donors, DIFFA has found a way to merge care with commerce to great success.
DIFFA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization incorporated in New York State, and contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Just Food is a nonprofit organization that empowers and supports community leaders in their efforts to advocate for and increase access to healthy, locally-grown food, especially in underserved NYC neighborhoods. We met many interested consumers, mingled with non-profit organizers, tasted produce produced in urban/rooftop farms, explored urban rooftop beekeeping, toured LEED buildings and witnessed technology advancements, met other farm to table entrepreneurs, and engaged with local New York supporters. We participated in workshops and learned from Community Leaders in urban and sustainable agriculture, like Soul Fire Farm Rise & Root Farm (who deliver an amazing keynote address).
Delicious, nursing recipes for before, during, and after cancer treatment.
We help to educate Samburu children from preschool through grade school, to further education and employment. In 2001, there were only 130 children at school. Today, thanks to The Thorn Tree Project and the Samburu people’s hard work, over 1,500 children attend school.