|Chopin Foundation of the United States, Inc.
||The Foundation is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the support, both financial and professional, of young talented musicians. Its preeminent event is the quinquennial American National Chopin Piano Competition, which is open to native-born or naturalized American pianists. The programs of the Foundation are directed toward the encouragement of America's future master musicians while servicing the communities that support them. In addition, the Foundation aims to propagate the name of Chopin and his music.
New York City
||The Kosciuszko Foundation is dedicated to promoting educational and cultural exchanges between the United States and Poland and to increasing American understanding of Polish culture and history. The websites pages provide information regarding membersh ips and headquarters; Foundation Chapters; summer study abroad opportunities sponsored by the Foundation; its grants and scholarships; books that can be purchased through the Foundation; Foundation news; and a short biography of Thaddeus Kosciuszko.
|Polish Arts and Culture Foundation
- Splendor of Poland - website
||Established in 1966, the Foundation shares with Americans the wealth of Polish history and cultural achievements, most recently by mounting the "Splendor of Poland" website to coincide with the Leonardo DaVinci and the Splendor of Poland exhibit at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco.