The mission of Dori Desautel Broudy, LLC. starts with teaching her own children the importance of respecting and embracing nature and other people, being their best selves, and being proactive about protecting the planet and one another in an engaged, empathetic, personalized way.
She also hopes that her work inspires people to not only cherish the moments they have with their family and friends, but also encourages social engagement free of excessive technology, and a heightened awareness of the value in continuing to build interpersonal and communication skills.
Social responsibility is a major component of Dori Desautel Broudy, LLC. In addition to making charitable donations of her work to a variety of organizations such as the Academy of Vocal Arts, the Shipley School, the Rock School of Dance Education and the Phebe Anna Thorne School, a portion of the net proceeds from the sale of every piece will be directly routed to one of numerous charitable or philanthropic organizations, including the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, the American Red Cross, the Dignity House, Project Sunshine, which is supported by the Tylis Family Foundation, as well as Gene Spotlight.
Each of Dori’s events-from exhibits of her latest work to demonstrations of her artistic abilities is centered on charity-whether raising money for a specific cause, helping people or neighborhoods with a specific mission, and/or creating artwork for those most deserving. Finally, her projects are specifically centered on particular social concerns of universal appeal, focused on children and their families. For example, “Dori’s Successes of Dresses” series, which is currently in-process, is a collection of Limited Edition prints created to give heightened awareness to social concerns, specific charitable organizations and philanthropic movements. Her first such dresses, “Sunny” and “Ally”, have been created in honor of raising funds and heightened awareness of “Project Sunshine” and the Rock School of Dance Education, respectively.
Although responses may vary to Dori’s work, she hopes that universal reactions will include a greater appreciation for the outdoors in the prioritization of pausing each day to celebrate the joys of childhood, family and friendship.