You’re probably familiar with our work surrounding The Foundation for International Medical Relief for Children, or FIMRC, Stay True Philly, Classroom Champions, and Behind the Masks. If so, you know about our social impact initiative, The Conductor Project. The initiative’s purpose is to support organizations with missions that center strongly around education, arts, and healthy living, and who lead positive change and bring people together in harmony.
In the wake of recent social injustices across the country and activism surrounding the turmoil, we recently made the stance to make this year’s beneficiary of the program an organization that supported black lives. Maestro is happy to announce that we have selected to work with the Philadelphia OIC, making our services and resources available in order to drive their mission.
As one of the region’s oldest and largest providers of job training and career development services, The OIC has a direct impact on bringing opportunities to the workforce and vice versa. They are dedicated to the elimination of poverty, unemployment, and illiteracy. Focused in the black communities of Philadelphia, the OIC will be a great way for the Maestro Team to use their craft as storytellers and help this organization stand out. We’ll be embarking on this project this very month!