Brighter Dawns acknowledges and thanks the following organizations for their support and efforts on the behalf of our cause:
Awards & Grants
Top-Rated Non-Profit, Great Nonprofits.com, 2013
Samuel Huntington Public Service Award Winner, 2012
Kathryn Davis Project for Peace Grant Recipient, 2011
Dell Social Innovation Challenge Semi-Finalist Fellowship Participant, 2011
Change for the Children, 2010
Supporting & Contributing Organizations
The Bangladesh Medical Association of North America (BMANA) graciously invited Brighter Dawns as a guest organization and presenter during their 2012 conference in Baltimore.
We thank Bon Appetit for their repeated and generous help with events run by the Wesleyan University chapter.
Brew Baker’s of Middletown has been a valued supporter of Brighter Dawns’ Wesleyan University chapter for the past two years.
DoSomething has provided our team members and organization with invaluable input, training, experience and resources.
Etihad Airways generously donated extra baggage allowance for Brighter Dawns to bring essential supplies to Bangladesh for our 2011 pilot project.
Grassroots has made this website possible, putting at our disposal the technical tools indispensable to all non-profits.
Haveli’s has continuously supported the Wesleyan University chapter through catering and promotions at their Middletown restaurant.
The MathWorks of Natick, MA generously made Brighter Dawns a 2012 holiday charitable giving recipient.
We thank our partner, Project ARC, for supporting Brighter Dawns through their bracelet fundraising program.
Renaissance Now, a non-profit initiative that promotes and supports underprivileged artists, collaborated with Brighter Dawns in 2011 to provide three women in Ward 12 with sewing machines so that they could create clothing and better support their families.
Many thanks to the Rotary Club of Middletown, CT for their generous contribution.
Our primary partner in Bangladesh, Uttaran, provides training and support for our staff on the ground.
Wesleyan’s World Wednesdays program featured our founder, Tasmiha Khan, as a guest speaker in 2011.
World Peace and Cultural Foundation worked in partnership with Brighter Dawns to develop and implement our pilot project in Ward 12, Khalishpur, Khulna.