Active Voice uses film, television and multimedia to spark social change from grassroots to grass tops. Active Voice's team of strategic communications specialists works with mediamakers, funders, advocates and thought leaders to put a human face on the issues of our times. Active Voice frames and beta-tests key messages, develops national and local partnerships, plans and executes high profile, outcome-oriented events, repurposes digital content for web and viral distribution, produces ancillary and educational resources, and consults with industry and sector leaders.
The Beatitudes Society develops and sustains a national network of emerging Christian leaders who advocate for justice, compassion and peace as expressed in the Beatitudes; reclaim a Christianity that welcomes all people, especially those at the margins; and articulate a Christianity that dares to speak and act for our fragile planet and our most vulnerable citizens.
Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) seeks to make interfaith cooperation a social norm by leading a movement of young people of different faiths and traditions who are changing the conversation about religion and transforming their campuses and communities.
The Independent Television Service (ITVS) funds, presents, and promotes award-winning documentaries and dramas on public television and cable, innovative new media projects on the Web, and the Emmy Award-winning weekly series Independent Lens Tuesday nights at 10:00 PM on PBS. ITVS brings communities together through its Community Cinema and Community Classroom programs which provide resources and opportunities for education, engagement, and action — transforming film and public broadcasting into a powerful resource for individuals, communities, and organizations.
The Project on Civic Reflection helps civic groups build capacity, commitment and community through reading and discussion. Since 1998 we have engaged thousands of citizens across America in discussing short readings—poems, stories, essays, scripture—as a means of reflecting on basic questions at the heart of their giving, service and leadership.
The Religion Communicators Council (RCC) is an interfaith association of more than 500 religion communicators working in print and electronic communication, advertising and public relations. Founded in 1929, RCC provides opportunities for religion communicators to learn from each other, from religion and media leaders, and from the communications industry. Together, we promote excellence in the communication of religious faith and values in the public media, and encourage understanding among religious and faith groups.
Repair the World works to inspire American Jews and their communities to give their time and effort to serve those in need. Repair the World aims to make service a defining part of American Jewish life.