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Pete du Pont Freedom Award Foundation

The Pete du Pont Freedom Award Foundation expands on the ideals and legacy of Governor Pete du Pont by identifying, promoting, and encouraging bold ideas to better the State of Delaware.

cat-icon P.O. Box 221, Monchanin, DE 19710

Commercial-Industrial Realty Council (CIRC)

The Commercial-Industrial Realty Council (CIRC) brings together members of the Delaware Valley community who are in a variety of fields relating to commercial and industrial real estate.

cat-icon PO box 1789, 1217 Gilbert Ave., Wilmington, DE 19808

Philanthropy Delaware

The Delaware Grant makers Association provides information, education, networking, and collaboration opportunities to individuals, corporations, and foundations that make significant charitable contributions in Delaware, and also works to strengthen philanthropy through public information and advocacy.

cat-icon 100 W 10th St, Wilmington, DE 19801

Wilmington University

Wilmington University is a private institution whose main campus is in New Castle along with 6 others in Delaware. They hold partnerships with locations in New Jersey and northeastern Maryland. 20,500 students with a significant part-time student population.

cat-icon 320 N Dupont Hwy, Wilmington Manor, DE 19720

YWCA of New Castle County Micro Business Chamber of Commerce

The YWCA of New Castle County Micro Business Chamber of Commerce works to lead social change, empower women, girls, and their families, and provide programs in conjunction with the small business community.

cat-icon Robscott building, 153 E Chestnut Hill Rd., Suite 102, Newark, DE 19713

Leadership Delaware

Leadership Delaware, Inc. (LDI) recruits and mentors outstanding young Delawareans who have the capacity and desire to seek and excel at community, nonprofit, political, professional, and corporate leadership in Delaware.

cat-icon 1207 Delaware Ave., Wilmington, DE 19806

The Delaware Contemporary (Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts)

The Delaware Contemporary (Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts) exhibits local, national, and international artists while exploring the intersection of art, design, and technology through its exhibits and its education initiatives such as school partnerships, summer camps, and classes.

cat-icon 200 S Madison St, Wilmington DE 19801

Horn Center for Entrepreneurship – University of Delaware

The University of Delaware is the largest university in Delaware. It is a privately governed university that receives public funding. There are 22,800 students, including 4,500 graduate students. The main campus is in Newark, DE.

cat-icon University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716

Wesley College

Wesley College is Delaware's oldest private college. Located in Dover with 2,500 students and 85% full-time faculty.

cat-icon 120 N State Street, Dover, DE 19901

Widener University Delaware Law School

Widener University Delaware Law School is the State's only law school with 700-800 students. Widener holds partnerships with the University of Delaware, Penn State, Stockton University, and others.

cat-icon 4601 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE 19803

Delaware Technical Community College

Delaware Technical Community College is the only community college in Delaware. It has 23,500 students, 95% are in-state and 42% of the teachers are full time. They have campuses in Georgetown, Stanton, Dover, and Wilmington.

cat-icon 100 Campus Dr., Dover, DE 19904

The Latino Center

The Latin Center mission is to empower the Latino Community through education, advocacy, partnerships and exceptional services. They aim to eliminate the achievement gap for Latinos in Delaware.

cat-icon 403 North Van Buren Street, Wilmington, DE 19805

Delaware Business Roundtable

The Delaware Business Roundtable works to advance and improve public education in Delaware through its Education Committee that brings together public, private, and civic stakeholders.

cat-icon 1201 N. Orange St. #1010, Wilmington, DE 19801

Delaware College of Art and Design (DCAD)

The Delaware College of Art and Design (DCAD) is an arts school partnered with the Pratt Institute and the Corcoran College of Art and Design. Located in Wilmington. Several hundred undergraduate students and 500 continuing education students all take part in the various art disciplines offered.

cat-icon 600 N Market St, Wilmington, DE 19801

Delaware State University

One of America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities; current enrollment is 3,500 students, 67% African-American, 51% students in-state. The main campus is in Dover and 55% students live on campus.

cat-icon 1200 N DuPont Hwy, Dover, DE 19901

Hindu Temple of Delaware

The primary mission of the Hindu Temple is to cater to the spiritual needs of all Indian families and to celebrate all important milestones, rituals and festivals in a true traditional manner. The temple aims to get families together as a community and celebrate all important occasions in its premises. The Hindu temple aims to teach all youngsters the basics of Hinduism through scriptures and stories that highlight the important values of the religion. It also addresses the spiritual needs of adults through spirituality seminars and classes designed especially for adults. The Temple also provides the infrastructure to teach children the most popular Indian languages through various language classes.The temple promotes cultural awareness by organizing cultural programs and shows on a regular basis to give children and adults many opportunities to have a glimpse of the great culture, and a first-hand experience of how festivals are celebrated across diverse India.

cat-icon 760 Yorklyn Rd., Hockessin, DE 19707
cat-icon Trabant University Center, 17 West Main Street, Newark, DE 19716