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Duggal Big Picture Foundation

Duggal Big Picture Foundation

Over the last nearly 50 years Duggal Visual Solutions has been a strong civic citizen as a supporter of charitable organizations and a patron to the art world. Through sponsorships and co-sponsorship, Duggal has been able to aid many organizations in fundraising efforts, promotions of the arts, and to spread the word of awareness. Helping such organizations as American Cancer Society, The Rotary Club, All Stars Project/ Castillo Theatre, JCLGO, Long Island 2 Day Breast Cancer Walk, Friends of Firefighters, The National Arts Club, 9/11 Museum, The Tribeca Film Festival and the Holocaust Museum to name a few.

In addition to our continuous support of visuals and production effort for a large array of organizations and individuals we have also begun to make large strides in education. After a year of finding ways to bring information on photography, printing and fashion to our clients we became more aware of our passion and moral responsibility to help educate and keeping the youth of the world dreaming of the future.

In February 2011, Duggal adopted Fuel for Humanity and renamed the organization to Duggal Big Picture Foundation (DBPF).

Education Abroad:

We continue to help maintain the Digital Laboratory at Betania that offers education for trade skills, computer studies and digital photography classes in Nicaragua. Duggal Big Picture Foundation also continues to fund college scholarships for some of its graduates.

In March of 2011 Duggal Big Picture sponsored a higher bandwidth of Internet for the school in Nicaragua vastly improving the students ability to be connected worldwide.

In April, 2011 Duggal did an internal clothing drive and sent approximately 90 pounds of clothing to Nicaragua for the community.

In September, 2011 Duggal will deliver Kodak cameras, a Kodak printer, laptops, signage, banners and a print of each students favorite image as gifts to the school in Nicaragua.

 

 

Education At Home:

Trilok Preschool: In March, 2011 DBP sponsored Trilok’s outdoor signage and are currently in the process of designing and producing wallpaper of the student’s images, gallery prints to fill the halls, reproduction pieces of student’s work, and much more. Click here to read more.

Crown Heights Mentorship: Duggal gave the students of the High School for Global Citizenship in Brooklyn, NY a tour of the Duggal corporate office and sponsored the prints each student then had on exhibit near the end of their mentorship program. The group then made a video about the students and their work. Click here to read more.

The Green School: Duggal Big Picture worked with The Green School in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to develop and print photographs for the schools photo class. Click here to read more.

Edible Schoolyard: DBP worked with Edible Schoolyard to produce graphics for their event at the Vanderbilt on Monday, June 13th, 2011. Duggal sponsored stretch canvases for Edible Schoolyard NYC.

Community Abroad:

Duggal Big Picture during their visit to Nicaragua in September will speak to the local University and businesses in the area near the Digital Laboratory of Betania to see what possibility are available. DBP hopes to bring support and ideas on how to create new businesses and improve the quality of life for the citizens of the community.

Community at Home:

Hearts of Gold: Duggal sponsored the Hearts of Gold Kids Walk for Kids, which took place on July 9th, 2011. Duggal donated a banner 30 inches high x 8 feet wide w and designed and printed over 100 race bibs made out of artex canvas. Click here to read more.

Special Olympics: Duggal Big Picture donated and became a Fan of the Special Olympics on June 3rd, 2011. While working with Teresa Maloney of TD Bank- Kings Highway we were able to help support the Special Olympics and their athletes in our communities.

AIANY: Duggal worked with the AIANY, Global Dialogues Committee and Haiti Housing Collaborative, to provide several large presentation boards for an event that revealed four designs for houses to be built in Haiti. Click here to read more.

Chasing Sanitation: Duggal Visual Solutions cosponsoredThis Is New York’s Strongest”, a photo and narrative exhibition, which showcased the Sanitation Workers of New York. For the past two years writer and producer Lisa Dowda and photographer Liz Ligon have captured intimate images and compelling stories that reveal the lives of the sanitation workers in New York. Click here to read more.

Massapequa High School / Long Island 2 Day Breast Cancer Walk: Duggal Visual Solutions has donated their time, talent and services for over the past five years by donating 6-foot banners to this great cause. In 2011 LI2DAY used the oversized banners as backdrops in the window display put together by the students. Click here to read more.

N.P.H. Italia Haiti: For the 3rd time, Duggal has worked with curator, Virginia Villari, to produce several graphics and imagery. This time Duggal worked with Villari to produce images for an event to help raise money for Haiti, organized by creamhotel (which Villari is curator for). Click here to read more.

Duggal Breast Cancer Walk: New York Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk Duggal Employees got together to walk in the New York City Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on October 17th, 2010 organized by the American Cancer Society. The Duggal team has been on going supporters of this fantastic fundraiser yearly. Next year’s walk will be on October 16th, 2011 and we have just recently begun fundraising.

To donate to our Breast Cancer Walk Team click here!

For more information about Duggal Big Picture please visit www.duggalbigpicture.com

 

 


 

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