International Arts & Philanthropy Foundation

Co-founded by Dale Godboldo, International Arts & Philanthropy Foundation, Inc. is a 501c3 corporation that serves as fiscal sponsor to charitable organizations and initiatives, and a partner in programmatic expansion.

IAP Foundation currently works with several initiatives across a wide range of philanthropic efforts, including the support of arts, education, early childhood development, and live organ transplants.

IAP Foundation partners with organizations and individuals to expand our clients’ programatic reach. Our principals have raised money for a wide range of organizations, including Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, Clinton Foundation, Quincy Jones Foundation, and The Jenesse Project, among others.

Fundraising partners include the star-studded City Gala & Summit  and  The Charitable Giving Foundation. Media partners include Entrepreneur Magazine and iLink2Media, the preeminent source for philanthropic news.

IAPF is the proud fiscal sponsor of Always In The Club Foundation’s Project:NOW, Breed Life, and Global Unity Foundation (The Annual City Gala).

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As a former cast member of the 90’s Mickey Mouse Club, founder Dale Godboldo understands the importance of supporting our youth in arts, education, and entrepreneurship. In 2014, Dale formed the aptly named Always In The Club Foundation (AITCF) to do just that.

10609429_635140599940484_6656731474031492268_nAITCF was a member of Clinton Foundation‘s Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), and launched its first Commitment To Take Action called Project:NOW – Taking Urgent Action To Educate Our Youth.

Project:NOW is comprised of innovative literacy intervention programming and entrepreneurship training for youth in underserved communities in America. Its partners include U.S. Dream Academy, the Arthur Wylie Entrepreneurship & Leadership Fund, Cherokee Gives Back, and PVBLIC Foundation.

Project:NOW’s first fundraiser was held in New York as an intimate conversation with President George W. Bush. The event was sponsored by unite4:good and Amway, and hosted by the “Good Wife’s” Chris Noth.

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