The Venture 17 Division Of Education
THE CONSERVATORY OF MEDICAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
THE PHILANTHROPY OF THE SEVENTEEN
Philanthropy and North American involvement are hallmarks of Venture 17, as we believe our North American culture depends on both to provide the essential tools of a civil and educated society. To that end, we support many charities and non-profit organizations with our time, talent, and financial resources, knowing that our combined actions will help Americans and Canadians in need everywhere.
The Seventeen are committed to helping by focusing our Giving Program in select areas, specifically to Business and
Economic development, Uncensored Education, The Arts, Medicine and Healthcare, and of course, Youth and Families in need. We have an unwavering commitment to the Arts, and Education, acknowledging them as a cultural force and invaluable asset to North America.
We endeavor to create opportunity for today’s youth as they are tomorrow’s leaders. By giving, we feel we show our children the most tensile of leadership qualities, leading by example.
We are devoted to championing organizations working to support the vision of The BEAM Foundation.
Organizations eligible for support by Venture 17 and The BEAM Foundation.
The Seventeen make charitable contributions to non-profit organizations under the Section 501(c)(3) status as described in the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, specific to programs in our focus categories described above.
One proposal per organization per year will be considered if it meets the guidelines of our BEAM Foundation Board and The Seventeen.
Upon granting of a contribution, The Seventeen require a copy of the IRS exemption letter verifying 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status or sufficient documentation verifying a governmental entity or educational institution. This is not required of individuals or students to whom we grant support.
The Venture 17 will not align with any political party, or any entity with a political agenda. We remain true to the advancement of humankind through generosity and beneficence.