Make Your Mark: The DVF Awards
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From helping refugee children to ending female genital mutilation, the 2018 DVF Award Honorees are doing important work in their own communities and beyond. Here’s your chance to show your support. Donate to any—or all—of the below organizations and encourage friends to do the same!

Ariela Suster’s Sequence Collection is a line of jewelry and accessories handcrafted by local artisans in the El Salvadorian neighborhood of Tepecoyo. More than making a fashion statement, Sequence Collection aims to disrupt the cycle of violence by employing and empowering at-risk youth.

Jaha Dukureh’s Safe Hands for Girls provides support for African women and girls who are survivors of FGM.

Luma Mufleh’s Fugees Family, Inc. uses the power of soccer, education and community to empower refugee children to successfully integrate into the United States.

Misty Copeland has pledged her grant to support several organizations worth your attention. They are:

The Boys & Girls Clubs of America helps millions of kids and teens develop essential skills, make lasting connections and have fun.

MindLeaps uses dance to develop the cognitive skills and social-emotional learning of at-risk youth to ensure they can succeed in school, enter the workplace and leap forward in life. 

Turnaround Arts at the Kennedy Center transforms schools through the strategic use of the arts.