Partners & Supporters
IJ is grateful for the partners and supporters who share its vision of fostering dialogue through art and music. If you're interested in working with or donating to Intercultural Journeys, please email email@example.com.
"Al-Bustan," Arabic for "the garden," offers structured exposure to the language, art, architecture, music, dance, literature, and natural environment of the Arab world. Al-Bustan strives to promote understanding and respect among youth and adults of all ethnic, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds. Within a welcoming educational environment, Al-Bustan supports the Arab-American community's pursuit and affirmation of its cultural identity within American society, while playing a constructive civic role within broader American society.
Artistas y Músicos Latino Americanos (AMLA)
Through its ongoing programs and special projects, AMLA promotes the development, dissemination, and understanding of Latin music in the Philadelphia area and beyond. AMLA's programs are directed mainly to Latino youth, families, and community members, but are open to all students, families, musicians, dancers, and aficionados of Latin American music and culture. By teaching and inspiring love for and disciplined knowledge of Latin music and dance, AMLA helps build bridges between frequently divided racial and ethnic communities.
The Dialogue Institute (DI) works to transform the world into a global community by fostering interreligious and intercultural scholarship, understanding and cooperation. A nonprofit organization founded at Temple University (Philadelphia, PA) in 1978, the DI engages religious, civic and academic leaders in practicing the skills of respectful dialogue and critical thinking, building and sustaining transformative relationships across lines of religion and culture. It provides resources and creates networks for intra- and interreligious scholarship and action that value difference and foster human dignity.
International House Philadelphia www.ihousephilly.org
For more than a century, International House Philadelphia has served the scholars of the world and the Greater Philadelphia community by providing engaging residential services and compelling arts and humanities programming, welcoming hundreds of thousands of people through its doors in the process. What began in Philadelphia more than 100 years ago as a belief that international understanding, cooperation, and friendship can develop one person at a time, has emerged as a celebrated world-wide movement.
Moving from the past and into the present, IHP is a thriving hub of activity: a home to hundreds of students and interns throughout the year, a destination for world-class arts and cultural programming, a facility for large-scale events, and a partner with many regional organizations, foundations, institutions, and businesses.
Philadelphia Theatre Company www.philadelphiatheatrecompany.org
Philadelphia Theatre Company (PTC) produces, develops, and presents entertaining and imaginative contemporary theater focused on the American experience that ignites the intellect and touches the soul.
PTC is a leading regional theater company committed to balancing its Philadelphia roots with a national point of view that combines a taste for adventure with a dedication to new American plays and musicals. Sara Garonzik has been the company’s Producing Artistic Director since 1982. Since the company’s inception, PTC has supported the work of a growing body of diverse dramatists who have participated in more than 140 world and Philadelphia premieres. More than 50% of PTC’s world premieres have moved on to New York and other major cities, helping to earn Philadelphia a national reputation as a hub for new play development.
Founded in 1974 by Latino artists and activists in the North Kensington area of Philadelphia, Taller Puertorriqueño stands as testament to the wealth of possibilities created when citizens see a need in their community and decide to meet it. Discouraged by the absence of outlets for Barrio youth desperate to channel their artistic talents, Taller Puertorriqueño's founders created a community-based graphic arts workshop to provide cultural training alternatives to local youth. It is now nationally recognized as a model organization that uses the arts as a vehicle for social change.
The Middle East Peace Civic Forum
The Middle East Peace Civic Forum is an interfaith, multicultural alliance of pro-peace organizations and individuals working for peace and reconciliation among Israelis and Palestinians. Through our initiative, the Middle East Project, we are building bridges between the grassroots, civil society and faith leaders, both in the U.S. and in the Middle East, and our elected officials in Washington, D.C. Our goal is to facilitate effective diplomacy by bringing the voice of the people into the peace process.
The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia
The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization dedicated to informing and engaging people of all ages on matters of national and international significance.
Established in 1949 as a forum for discussing differing points of view, the Council does not endorse candidates for public office or lobby for policies. Membership is open to all who share its principles. The Council currently serves more than 75 corporate members and their executives, and nearly 2,000 individual members.
The CHG Charitable Trust
Joseph M. and Marie H. Field
Leslie Miller and Richard Worley Foundation
Shel and Karen Thompson
Through the Fund for Children Initiative
HRH Princess Alia Al Hussein
Majid and Mary Alsayegh
Stacy Maria Dutton
Jean Flood and Paul Nemeth
Renee M. Garcia and Jules Lipoff
Alice L. George and Louis Oschmann
Fariha I. Khan and Michael Carey
Hanna Khoury and Yoonji Kim
The LIDA Foundation
Robert Lowery and Alkemy-X
Through the PNC Matching Gifts Program
Miriam Fisher Schaefer
Ramona and Jack Vosbikian
Peter Benoliel and Willo Carey
Roland and Sally Bullard
Lindsey S. Crane
Bruce and Aeryn Fenton
In honor of Majid and Mary Alsayegh
Susan L. Mock
Through Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts
Bryna Silver Scott
Richard and Carolyn Veith
Bill and Maureen Cass
Susan Davidson and John V.R. Bull
Suzanne DuPlantis and K. James McDowell
Susan E. Kane
Dr. Sherman Leis
Herbert M. and Yoheved K. Light
Gail K. Lopez-Henriquez
Claudia McBride and Ken Sklar
Joanne Phillips, Esq.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stephenson
David Wolfsohn and Alexandra Gignoux
Romeo and Emmeline Abella
In memory of Francisco and Maria López
Marilyn and Harry Appel
The DePue Brothers Band
Howard A. and Barbara Cohen
JoAnne and Al DiSanto
Carla Johnson and Marianne Yarnall
Virgina Kirk and Kevin Donahue
Neal W. Krouse
Carl and Rosemary Livingston
Kenneth Rainey and Elizabeth Plume
Sara Robins and David Breimhurst
This list represents individual and institutional donors who have given to Intercultural Journeys since September 2015. If you notice an error in this listing, please accept our sincerest apologies and contact us for corrections at 215-732-2550 or firstname.lastname@example.org