Atlantic Gallery also partners with local and national non-profit groups for special exhibitions during which we
donate a percentage of our profits from sales.
Past partners during these shows have been:
Picture the Homeless a grass roots organization founded on the principle that homeless people have civil and human rights regardless of our race, creed, color or economic status. PictureTheHomeless.org
Seeds of Peace a non-profit, a non-political organization that helps teenagers from regions of conflict learn the skills of making peace. SeedsOfPeace.org
Yorkville Common Pantry in East Harlem helping East Harlem and other under-served communities throughout New York City through food pantry and meal distribution programs, homeless support, and related services. YCP.org
CARING at Columbia is an integral part of the training of child and adolescent psychiatry residents at Columbia. The CARING model is unique in its humanistic emphasis, using art and traditional psychiatric tools for “Children at Risk: Intervention for a New Generation” Columbia.edu/cu/caring
Trees New York dedicated to improving the quality of life for all communities through participatory tree related programs. TreesNY.com