Our mission is to serve the needs of the Baha’i community through the arts and media. We are a small nonprofit organization run and funded by individuals.
The BIHE was founded in 1987 in response to the Iranian government's continuing campaign to deny Iranian Bahá'ís access to higher education.
"Charity is pleasing and praiseworthy in the sight of God and is regarded as a prince among goodly deeds." (Baha'u'llah)
Aims to provide a high standard of education for girls of diverse ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds.
The primary purpose is to foster an educational process conducive to the integral development of the potentialities latent within the human reality—a development which is essential for the effective promotion of an ever-advancing civilization.
The mission of the Tahirih Justice Center is to bring justice to the lives of women facing human rights abuses, with a special emphasis on immigrant and refugee women.
Facilitates community-owned social and economic development for the positive transformation of individuals, their families, and communities. MDS applies universal spiritual principles as a guiding force for sustainable social change.
Supports grassroots social-economic development projects, specializing in the education of women and children, in Brazil, Haiti, Panama, India, US, Cambodia, Bolivia, Tanzania, Swaziland, and Honduras.
A not-for-profit charitable corporation created to enable all interested professionals to offer their services for the promotion of community health throughout the world.
Inspired by the universal tenets of the Baha’i Faith, New Era incorporates the best practices that promote a dynamic process of teaching-learning and cultivates a culture that empowers its student community to strive for academic and moral excellence.