Multiculture Center Kaleidoscope Inc

BROOKLYN, NY   |  http://club-kaleidoscope.org/

Mission

Club Folk Dance Kaleidoscope is one of the most professional teams in New York. This is the result of hard work, including children and parents. As a result - many invitations to various performances and activities. Help and support organizations that invite us to public speaking and assistance and support from the Multiculture Center Kaleidoscope Inc allow children a lot and often dance at events with little or no additional financial cost to the parents. Unique dance performance training and the organization enables to successfully perform at concerts with the participation of a different number of children and the participation or non-participation of soloists. Dance performance levels will result in any event at a high level.

Ruling year info

2017

Principal Officer

Valentyn Usmanov

Main address

3133 CONEY ISLAND AVE 2FL

BROOKLYN, NY 11235 USA

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EIN

82-0754173

NTEE code info

Folk Arts (A24)

Cultural, Ethnic Awareness (A23)

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Our programs

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Sponsorship for the dance school

This program will provide sponsorship for Russian-speaking children from low-income or single-parent families to study in dance school. They will have a chance to study dances of different nationalities that include Russin, Ukrainian, Georgian, Gypsy, Jewish, and many others. Also, children will have an opportunity to learn more about World War II.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Economically disadvantaged people

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Our results

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Charting impact

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The main goal and aim of our organization is to provide an afterschool activity for the children enhancing their ability to understand the diversity of traditions through folk dancing. This action will educate children about tolerance and multiculturalism as well as engage in positive behavior from a young age. We will lead children in the right way and guide them through what is wrong and right, stopping them from making poor decisions later on. We teach children to learn and comprehend.

First of all, we are looking for sponsors to provide our students with a chance of free education in the Folk dance Club Kaleidoscope. We are also looking for sponsors to help pay for the performances that may occur in different locations such as different boroughs, states, or countries. Most of the time, the inviting party pays for all expenses that may occur such as transportation, food, etc. because they know that our performers are the best of the best in what they do. We have created a new method of teaching and staging folk dances.

Our organization is continuously expanding the circle of partners. In the present time, we are taking part in historical events such as events dedicated to the end of World War II; and cultural festivals such as the Dance Parade on Broadway. Our kids took part in tours all over America and still receiving many new invitations from different countries that want our students to perform. We always feel the support of our local representatives, parents, neighbors, and friends.

We have tried out a new teaching methodology and have partnered with New York University and Columbia University. Also, together with the police in our area, we are fighting drug addiction among children. Our children are improving their grades in school and learning to respect other religions and cultures. We are looking for new sponsors to scale our activities - to increase the number of children and, over time, the number of centers in different areas and states.

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Multiculture Center Kaleidoscope Inc

Board of directors
as of 8/17/2021
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Board chair

Valentyn Usmanov

Organizational demographics

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