ArtStream, Inc. was voted “One of the Best” community non-profits by the 2013-2014 Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington.
A panel of over 100 expert reviewers from area foundations, corporate giving programs, and peer non-profit organizations evaluated over 210 applications.
View our listing online along with 72 other outstanding non-profits featured this year!
What is the Catalogue for Philanthropy?
The Catalogue’s mission is to connect caring citizens with worthy community causes. Since its inception in 2003, the Catalogue has helped raise over $21 million for these worthy non-profits.
Who reads the Catalogue for Philanthropy?
The Catalogue reaches 25,000 individuals and hundreds of family foundations with the print edition released each November. Many donors also connect with the Catalogue online at www.cfp-dc.org.
Why is a non-profit selected for inclusion?
According to Barbara Harman, President and Editor of the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington, “Charities were selected for excellence, cost effectiveness and impact.”
Why is this important for ArtStream?
ArtStream’s inclusion in the Catalogue for Philanthropy means that thousands more potential donors will be able to find out about ArtStream’s mission.
Inclusion in the Catalogue is also provides ArtStream with a stamp of approval, so that donors can invest with confidence.
Who else is included in the 2013-2014 Catalogue for Philanthropy?
ArtStream is included in good company with other local performing arts organizations (Adventure Theatre MTC, Capital Fringe) as well as other organizations that work with people with disabilities (Potomac Community Resources).
The Catalogue covers a wide array of non-profits that meet many different needs. Non-profits focusing on NATURE, CULTURE, EDUCATION, and HUMAN SERVICES are all included in the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington.