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麻豆精品国产 is proud to support the following organizations, charities, and programs through the Cyril Taylor Charitable Foundation (CTCF). All 麻豆精品国产 profits are distributed by the CTCF to fulfill the mission of world peace, support for underserved students and bringing the world together through international education and cultural exchange. 麻豆精品国产 is the sole funder of CTCF.

AFS Intercultural Programs

Founded in 1915, AFS is a non-profit global organization providing students with unique services and programs. CTCF provides funding to AFS International with a primary focus on their global classroom projects for students and teachers.

American International Recruitment Council (AIRC)

Founded in 2008, AIRC is a non-profit membership organization comprised of U.S. colleges and international partners, which provides standards-based recruitment and enrollment for international students. CTCF provides funding for underserved U.K. students to study in public and private institutions in the U.S.

B More Global

Founded in 2019, B More Global is a non-profit organization that provides students of Baltimore with a year of culturally rich extracurricular programming in a fully subsidized study abroad experience to spark a lifetime of interest in foreign cultures and a commitment to become changemakers in their communities and beyond. CTCF provides funding to B More Global for student scholarships.

The Buttle Trust UK

Founded by Frank Buttle in 1953, this UK registered charity is dedicated to helping children and young people living in financial hardship and dealing with multiple challenging social issues. Through Boarding Chances for Children, CTCF provides funding for boarding school places for vulnerable children whose educa-tion has been disrupted by their home environment.

Cultural Vistas

Founded in 1963, Cultural Vistas is a non-profit organization with six decades of experience designing and implementing exchange opportunities for individuals and institutions that cultivate curious, culturally competent, and globally engaged leaders. CTCF provides funding for the African development project at the HBCU鈥檚 Spelman and Morehouse. This project immerses students in the history and culture of Rwanda while they actively participate in the local community development.

Diverse International Women of Color (DIWC)

Founded in 2018, DIWC is a non-profit organization with a mission to inspire, encourage and promote opportunities for women of color to travel abroad, experience different cultures and broaden their horizons beyond the United States. CTCF provides study abroad scholarships for a semester or summer program.

Foundation for International Education (FIE)

Founded in 1989, FIE is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide international education programs globally. CTCF is proud to sponsor FIE鈥檚 annual student leadership conference in London to encourage engagement and growth in international education.

Fund for Education Abroad (FEA)

Founded in 2010, FEA is a non-profit organization that provides study abroad scholarships for U.S. students. CTCF provides funding for Cyril Taylor Scholars to stay in the U.K. for a semester or a full year.

Global Glimpse

Founded in 2007, Global Glimpse is a nonprofit organization that provides powerful international travel, leadership, and global learning opportunities to high school students from diverse backgrounds. Focus is on travel to Ecuador, Dominican Republic, and Costa Rica. CTCF provides funds to students in the summer between junior & senior year to learn about these developing countries bringing newfound perspectives back to their high school and community.

Green Kordofan

Founded in 2015, Green Kordofan is a non-profit organization that supports refugee children in South Sudan. Green Kordofan offers young people individual and social support, health services and provides an environment centered around sports and youth activities for the Yida Refugee Camp in Unity state, South Sudan. CTCF provides funding to directly support this mission.

Institute of International Education (IIE)

Founded in 1919, IIE is a world leader in international exchange. As an independent non-profit organization, IIE has a network of global offices that design and implement programs of study and training for students around the world. CTCF provides substantial funding to the IIE Emergency Student Fund for international students in the U.S. who have been impacted by events in their home countries.

LearnServe International

Founded in 2023, LearnServe International is a non-profit organization that empowers young people from diverse backgrounds, both within and across countries to become globally minded social entrepreneurs who tackle social challenges in their communities through actions grounded in equity and justice. CTCF supports their efforts by funding scholarships and supporting their travel program in Rwanda.

Norden Farm

This local arts center and UK registered charity in Maidenhead, England believes in the transformative power the arts have to change lives. Through their education, participation and outreach programs, they provide a range of opportunities for children and young people from diverse and challenging backgrounds. CTCF provides grants to support education and community projects.

Open University

Founded in 1969, Open University is one of the largest non-profit universities in Europe with nearly 210,000 students enrolled annually - 9,000 of them international students. CTCF sponsors the Black Student Fund enabling students of color in the U.K. to study towards a degree.

Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education (SCOPE)

Founded in 1991, SCOPE is a non-profit organization which provides children from underserved communities with life changing opportunities through the experience of summer camp. SCOPE funds camp scholarships (鈥渃amperships鈥) to send children who commit to staying in school to nonprofit, residential camps which will empower them to develop to their full potential. CTCF provides annual funding to SCOPE to support this mission.

Teens of Color Abroad (TOCA)

Founded in 2022, TOCA is a non-profit organization with a mission to cultivate the next generation of globally conscious youth by providing high school students of color, with enriching language learning opportunities. CTCF provides funding to TOCA so they can offer unique and culturally rich learning experiences for high schoolers.

US-UK Fulbright Commission

Founded in 1946, the Fulbright Foundation is a non-profit organization with a student program which aims to expand perspectives through academic and professional advancement and cross-cultural dialogue. In partnership with more than 140 countries worldwide, the Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers unparalleled opportunities in all academic disciplines to graduating college seniors, graduate students, and young professionals from all backgrounds. CTCF provides grants for the Sir Cyril Taylor Social Entrepreneurship Scholarships allowing Fulbright to further their mission of providing educational excellence and culturally diverse opportunities.

Waging Peace

Founded in 1989, Waging Peace is a non-profit organization which supports Sudanese asylum-seekers and refugees, allowing them to build meaningful lives in the U.K. CTCF provides funding to support their mission to help the people of Sudan live and work safely as they strive towards attaining peace for their homeland.

* This is a partial list of the organizations and charities that CTCF supports

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