In order to showcase the various existing non-profit organizations, three well-known non-profit organizations are listed here.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is a United Nations program designed to provide humanitarian and development assistance to children and mothers in developing countries. It relies on donations from government and private donors and has employees in more than 190 countries and regions.
UNICEF is committed to improving policies and services to protect all children, reduce child mortality, promote quality education, strive for equal rights for women and girls, and provide critical medical assistance to the world’s most needy children. Its plan has increased global life expectancy and eradicated polio and other diseases in some countries.
The Mozilla Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims to promote openness, innovation, and participation on the Internet. It exists to support and co-lead the open source Mozilla project involving the Mozilla Firefox web browser. Its mission is to ensure that the Internet is an open, global public resource accessible to all.
Mozilla is supported by a global community of thousands of volunteers, allies and partners. These people participate by providing code to Firefox, teaching digital literacy, translating Mozilla software, organizing advocacy activities, and maintaining the most cited Web developer site in the world.
Mozilla is committed to fighting for policies that respect Internet privacy, promoting innovative open standards, and creating technologies that serve everyone, regardless of race, income, nationality or gender. Mozilla also aims to develop network literacy on a global scale by supporting teachers and students to integrate network literacy skills in the classroom.
Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is an art museum in New York City. MoMA is a private non-profit organization that does not rely on government funding. It is one of the largest modern art museums in the world.
The MoMA library contains approximately 300,000 book and exhibition catalogs, more than 1,000 journal titles, and more than 40,000 documents about individual artists and groups. These archives contain major original materials related to the history of modern and contemporary art.
The collection contains works by important artists such as Francis Bacon, Paul Cézanne, Salvador Dali, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh and Andy Warhol.0