My Top 10 Non-Profit Organizations

Posted in Uncategorized by Stephen Stonestreet on June 12, 2011

1. Love 146

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Learn more about Love 146 here.

2. Sex+Money

Learn more about Sex+Money and their documentary film on the sex trade in the US here!

3. Artists Inspiring Action

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Vision: We believe that artists have the power to inspire and mobilize people to action and we want to equip people everywhere to use their artistic talents to impact the world for good.

Mission: AIA produces art and media that brings hope and help to the poor and brokenhearted across the globe in direct and tangible ways. We also facilitate networking of artists to help inspire and equip people to share their artistic talents both individually and collaboratively to produce art with purpose. We want to see people equipped with tools and ideas that can help their art speak truth and life to their communities. Artists of all backgrounds, musicians, dancers, designers, photographers, painters, working together to bring tangible hope and love those who need it most.

Learn more about Artists Inspiring Action HERE and HERE!

4. Without Words… Moving Against the Sex Trade

WE ARE ARTISTS COMPELLED TO EXPRESS THE ATROCITIES OF THE GLOBAL SEX TRADE THROUGH DANCE ARTISTRY. WE ENDEAVOR TO SERVE AS A VISIBLE VOICE FOR THE OPPRESSED AND TO INFORM AND INSPIRE AUDIENCES TO TAKE ACTION ON BEHALF OF THE ENSLAVED. SPECIFICALLY, WE ARE CRAFTING A COLLABORATIVE, EVENING-LENGTH PRODUCTION THAT INCORPORATES DANCE AND THEATRE, PHOTOGRAPHY AND CINEMATOGRAPHY, NARRATIVE, DIGITAL MEDIA AND ORIGINAL MUSIC.

Find out more about WithOut Words here.

5. Nadus Films (www.nadusfilms.com)

We live in a world stricken with poverty, oppression and religious persecution. It’s victims are silenced in their suffering. For those of us who hear their stories, there is no choice. Our voice is a powerful ally. We must speak.

Mission: By using film, our mission is to equip and empower the Southern Sudanese holistically with the focus of seeing this war-torn region rebuilt.

Learn more about Nadus Films here.

6. Amazima Ministries

Amazima Ministries was founded by 19 year-old Katie Davis in 2008. The organization, based out of Brentwood, TN, feeds, educates, and encourages orphaned and vulnerable children and the poor in the country of Uganda. In the Lugandan language, Amazima (uh-mahz-i-muh) means “truth.” Amazima desires to reveal the truth of God’s unconditional love through Jesus Christ to the Ugandan people.

Learn more about Amazima Ministries here. 

Read Katie’s Blog here. One of the most compassionate and loving individuals I have ever heard of. A modern day Mother Teresa!


7. For The Silent

For The Silent is a non-profit organization contending – through advocacy, prayer, and fundraising initiatives – for children silenced by sexual exploitation and trafficking.

We are runners, singers, and artists, prayers, advocates, crafters. We are people who truly believe that HOPE comes when we react to the heart of God and act on behalf of the suffering.

We are more concerned with seeing the world changed than being the world changers.

Learn more about For The Silent here!

8. She Dances


Learn more about She Dances here.

9. Invisible Children

Invisible Children uses films, creativity and social action to end the use of child soldiers in Joseph Kony’s rebel war and restore LRA-affected communities in central Africa to peace and prosperity.

10. Blood: Water Mission

Our Mission: Blood:Water Mission is a grassroots organization that empowers communities to work together against the HIV/AIDS and water crises in Africa.

Our Core Purpose: To build community through creative social action.

Learn more about Blood:Water Mission here.


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