A brief history 

Founded in 1998, the International Sibling Society sponsored a series of orphanage studies in Germany, Latvia, Switzerland, Belarus, Bulgaria, France, India, Thailand, China and Japan resulting in the creation of  “Painting a Voice,” a collection of over 200 paintings created by children living in orphanages around the world. “Painting a Voice” opened at the United Nations New York City headquarters in January 2005. 

Expanding it's mission, the International Sibling Society continues its work by raising awareness of international child abandonment through volunteerism and art-based projects such as photo exhibitions, documentary films, public art installations, lectures & conferences. 

TODAY The International Sibling Society is a 501(c)(3) Charitable A20 Arts & Culture Nonprofit Organization on a mission to provide, produce and promote arts and culture access to a variety of arts experiences encompassing the visual, media and performing arts.