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International Education & Resource Network

Mission Statement

iEARN is a non-profit organization made up of over 30,000 schools and youth organizations in more than 140 countries. iEARN empowers teachers and young people to work together online using the Internet and other new communications technologies. Over 2,000,000 students each day are engaged in collaborative project work worldwide.

Japan Center for International Exchange

Mission Statement

The Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE/USA) deepens international cooperation and strengthens the underpinnings of US-Japan relations. It does this by sponsoring exchanges for legislators and opinion leaders, building ties among nonprofit organizations, and organizing policy dialogues that bring together leaders from different walks of life to explore how the United States, Japan, and other countries can cooperate in tackling complex global challenges and create a more peaceful, open, and sustainable world.

Japan ICU Foundation

Mission Statement

The Japan ICU Foundation’s mission is to work with International Christian University (ICU), a visionary liberal arts university in Tokyo, Japan, to further strengthen its broadly international and ecumenically Christian dimensions.

Korean American National Coordinating Council

Mission Statement

The Korean American National Coordinating Council (KANCC) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization which was established by the people who ardently wish for Korean reconciliation and reunification.

Latino Justice PRLDEF

Mission Statement

For more than 40 years Latino Justice PRLDEF has acted as an advocate against injustices throughout New York and beyond.

Lutheran Social Services of NY

Mission Statement

Lutheran Social Services' mission is "Called by God, we enable people to reach their full potential."

Masorti Foundation for Conservative Judaism In Israel

Mission Statement

MASORTI, meaning traditional, is the Hebrew name for the movement of Conservative Judaism in Israel. The Masorti Movement, founded in 1979, is the umbrella organization of Masorti kehillot (congregations), which foster the practice of traditional Judaism among Israeli men and women while embracing modernity. In promoting the combined values of Conservative Judaism, religious tolerance and Zionism, the Movement strives to nurture a healthy, pluralistic, spiritual and ethical foundation for Israeli society.

Metropolitan New York Synod Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Mission Statement

In many ways the synod is like a parish. It draws its life from the many unsung heroes who give of themselves for its mission. Most congregations have a "Harry" or a "Doris." Harry was a retired construction worker who spent the last 10 years of his life keeping the congregation beautiful. You could always see him painting or fixing or chatting with the neighbors as he worked in the church's garden. The children in the school called him "Mr. Harry" and he often joined them in chapel.

Doris was the glue which held the parish together. You have one in your church, too. She organized the altar guild. She volunteered at the local hospital and engaged many of her friends in this ministry. She took leadership of the annual Christmas sale and was also a surrogate aunt to children.

Thanks to God for all the Dorises and Harrys and others in the pews each week, whose faithfulness to God makes the church what it is today.

Millennium Promise

Mission Statement

At Millennium Promise, our vision is the eradication of extreme poverty, hunger, and preventable disease within our lifetime. Our mission is to provide the operational platform and resource mobilization for the Millennium Villages Project, which empowers communities to lift themselves out of extreme poverty. We believe that extreme poverty can be cut in half by 2015, even in some of the poorest, most remote places in the world. Through the Millennium Villages Project we are showing how, using a holistic, science-based approach to benefit more than 500,000 people across sub-Saharan Africa.

Ministers & Missionaries Benefit Board of The American Baptist Churches in the USA

Mission Statement

Since 1911 the Ministers and Missionaries Benefit Board has served those who work for Baptist churches and affiliated organizations. The Board's mission to American Baptist Churches ministers, missionaries and lay employees and their families has grown steadily over the years. The combination of benefits and personalized service has bolstered members through both national and personal financial and social storms. In 2000, an IRS ruling opened the MMBB plans to related organizations, and MMBB embraced this opportunity to expand its benefits and services to new groups.MMBB understands the unique blessings and challenges of the ministry, and supports plan members throughout their lives. Hallmarks include skilled professional money management, educational opportunities and service provided by responsive member service representatives. MMBB communications keep members and employers informed and in touch. MMBB knows the ministry, and MMBB cares.