Social Calendar on Connecting Goodness

  •  2/1-3/15, 2013 | 9:30am-7:30pm
    • Orphans International Worldwide Penny Harvest
      for Kids in Asia, Africa & the Americas
      Orphans International Worldwide OIWW has worked to support orphaned children in Africa, Asia, and the Americas since its founding in 1999.  Today, OIWW supports orphan care in a dozen countries.  Over $50,000 was donated to orphaned children in 2012 through the generosity of our supporters.  This charity Penny Harvest allows neighborhood children to be part of the solution and learn about philanthropy and charity. Any coins accepted.  (Link) (StoryStonehenge-Luce Non-Profit Space, 1149 Second Avenue (60/61 Sts., Manhattan).

  • 2/4-2/28/2013 | 9:30am-7:30pm
    • Haiti Cultural Foundation | Haiti Spiral Contemporary Artists
      HCF the premier art foundation supporting Haiti’s top emerging artists and masters through its upcoming film documentary In the Eye of the Spiral (link), presents Haiti Spiral Contemporary Artists.  This 40-work exhibit of paintings, sculptures, installations and flags will be on view seven days a week until Monday, February 18, 2013.  Free admission.  Stonehenge-Luce Non-Profit Annex, 1159 Second Avenue (60/61 Sts., Manhattan).

  • Wed. 3/6/2013 | 4:00pm-5:00pm  (1st Wed. @ mo.)
    • J. Luce Foundation Orientation: Intern & Fellow Program
      The J. Luce Foundation is run by volunteers.  Our internship graduates students into the Luce Leadership Program.  For more information, see the foundation’s post on idealist.org (here).  Free.   Stonehenge-Luce Non-Profit Annex, 1159 Second Avenue (60/61 Sts., Manhattan).

  • Wed. 3/13/2013 | 4:00pm-5:00pm (2nd Wed. @ mo.)
    •  J. Luce Foundation | Orientation: Writing & Editing Program
      The Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness (link) is published by our foundation by about 100 volunteer writers.   This on-line publication covers Faces, Issues (Business, Children, Conflict Resolution, Connectivity, Education, Environment, Eyewitness, Health, Opinion, Politics, United Nations), World Affairs, Lifestyle, and the Arts (artists, culture, dance, film, fine arts, literature, music, museums, theater).  New writers are constantly being recruited and trained.  Write info@lucefoundation.org for more information.  Free.  Stonehenge-Luce Non-Profit Space, 1149 Second Avenue (60/61 Sts., Manhattan).

  • 2/20-3/3/2013
    • Mixed Media Exhibition: Childlike
      Curated by Jeremy Hu of Asymmetrik Gallery (link), Childlike is a mixed presentation of paintings, photographs and sculpture of children around the world featuring the works of Christophe von Hohenberg, Karim Hamid, Brenda Zlamany (J. Luce story), Ken Shung (photo below), Eva Mueller, Pauline Galiana, and Dickon Eames.  To benefit Orphans International Worldwide (www.oiww.org).  Admission free. Stonehenge-Luce Non-Profit Annex, 1159 Second Avenue (60/61 Sts., Manhattan).
  • Fri., 2/22/2013 | 6:00-9:00pm
    • Opening Reception for Mixed Media Exhibition: Childlike
      Curated by Jeremy Hu of Asymmetrik Gallery (link), Childlike is a mixed presentation of paintings, photographs and sculpture of children around the world featuring the works of Christophe von Hohenberg, Karim Hamid, Brenda Zlamany (J. Luce story), Ken Shung (photo below), Eva Mueller, Pauline Galiana, and Dickon Eames.  To benefit Orphans International Worldwide (www.oiww.org).  Admission free. Stonehenge-Luce Non-Profit Annex, 1159 Second Avenue (60/61 Sts., Manhattan).
  • Wed., 3/20/2013
    • American University of Afghanistan Gala, Washington, D.C.
      Honoring Ambassador Ryan C. Crocker and supporting female scholarships and the International Center for Afghan Women’s Economic Development.  Sponsored in part by the J. Luce Foundation.  National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 

 

The Editors
The Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness is rhe communications platform of The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation (www.lucefoundation.org). Its Executive editor is Jim Luce, with Nigel Roberts Managing Director, John Lee as Culture & Lifestyle Editor, and Jeremy Hu Executive Director. There are now more than 100 contributors around the world to this publication.

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