FDIA’s “Kids on Ice” watch the Olympics together and cheer on their favorite speed skater and role model, Shani Davis. Skating is more than just something to do on a Saturday afternoon for these kids. It’s necessary exercise, a way to stay off the streets, and, for some, a whole new way to focus their lives and aspire to something greater. Click here to see the inspiring story.
Monthly Archives: February 2010
Because of time lost to snow cancellations and because of the general misery thus caused, we are EXTENDING THE DUE DATE FOR CATALOGUE APPLICATIONS to March 1st. Continue reading
Online applications are closed! Print supplements (Part II) must be postmarked by Monday, March 8th. See detailed instructions in the APPLY section: make sure to scroll down to get to Part II! We received nearly 250 applications in all fields of philanthropy. Continue reading
Lambi Fund of Haiti Reaches Out
As the camera crews begin departing and stories from Haiti are no longer front page news, please don’t forget that the crisis goes on. Support for those in need will remain strong for years to come, and one Catalogue nonprofit knows this only too well. Check out the Lambi Fund of Haiti, and the “view video” link that tells the story — both of what was, and what is to come.
Operation Understanding in the Post
Check out Tuesday’s Washington Post to learn “How Teens Talk About Race” in an article featuring Catalogue nonprofit Operation Understanding, DC.