The Coalition for Quality Children’s Media is a national, nonprofit organization founded in 1991 whose mission is to teach children critical viewing skills and to increase the visibility and availability of quality children’s media. KIDS FIRST! evaluates, rates and endorses children’s films, DVDs, CDs, TV shows and games using volunteer, community-based juries of adults and children from diverse backgrounds and offers a variety of means to showcase and enhance consumer awareness of approved products.
Unity Foundation was founded in 1976 for the purpose of promoting world peace, cooperation and unity. The foundation accomplishes its non-profit goals by producing television programs and documentaries, international media campaigns, global internet broadcasts, and through the production of special cultural and educational events.
Roots of Peace works to unearth dangerous landmines in war-torn countries and empowers the local communities scarred by these inhumane weapons. Working to build sustainable crops on land once too dangerous to traverse is how we transform the scars of conflict into the roots of peace.
The power of youth is global! A program of the Jane Goodall Institute which initiates community and scholastic programs to get kids involved in their communities and environmental activities.
Inspires projects for peace around the word by building bridges between nations one heart at a time. Help a giant Gandhi puppet hit the road to spread the love between young people around the world!
Inspiring young minds to go green! Let’s Go Green is dedicated to educating children about the value of environmental awareness and the impact we can all have on the future of the planet.
The Northwest Film Forum is Seattle’s premiere cinematheque and filmmaker’s resource center. Each year, NWFF produces Children’s Film Festival Seattle, one of the nation’s most respected festivals of international children’s films.