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SCA's Summer 2014 Newsletter Now Available
Read about our Benefit 2014 highloghted program and testimonials from both donors and beneficiaries in the Summer 2014 Building Bridges newsletter. You can download it from our Newsletters page.
S A V E T H E D A T E !
Foundation SCA’s 6th Annual Benefit
Building Bridges to Opportunity
Focus on Philippines Kabataan (Youth) Program
Friday, October 17th, 2014
7:00 – 9:30 p.m.
At the Washington, D.C. Residence of
His Excellency, the Philippine Ambassador to the United States and Mrs. Jose L. Cuisia, Jr.
Join us and change a woman’s life forever!
Call for 2014 Grant Applications Is Closed. 2015 Grant Applications are NOW Available.
The application deadline for the 2015 new grants is November 15, 2014. Thank you to all who have applied. For more information, please visit our Grants page.
who we are
The Foundation for Social and Cultural Advancement (SCA) helps girls and women around the world live with dignity and build brighter futures for themselves, their families, and their communities. We address the needs of the whole woman—not just a limited aspect of her existence—by bringing to light her full potential in the cultivating roles that she undertakes.
Women are the key to successful cultural transformation, so the programs we partner with support this concept, fostering their comprehensive dignity.
Across the globe, we engage with local institutions that address at the grassroots level the specialized needs of their communities while promoting their holistic enrichment. By giving these women the necessary tools of education and expertise, we are empowering them to reverse their plight—and that of generations to come—because of the multiplying effect that women have in society.
Foundation SCA is a 501 (c) 3 Federal Tax Exempt Non-Profit Public Charity legally incorporated in Washington, D.C.
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Blog: M O S A I C
M O S A I C is the blog of Foundation SCA Program Manager, Michelle Datiles, which captures the news and stories, people and places that relate to her work and the mission of the Foundation.
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