The Vinculum Foundation, Inc. is a 501c3 not for profit, tax exempt foundation that provides direct, educational and civic-oriented public services for a broad range of diplomatic, NGO, youth, and intercultural communities. 


The ‘vinculum’ is the line that connects a fraction, top to bottom.  Similarly, The Vinculum Foundation combines all elements within a civil society, public presentation - at a variety of levels and mediums (international conferences, NGO workshops, cultural and other public presentations).  Vinculum constituents rely on the organization’s respected ability to produce, present, manage, and administer large NGO-oriented public events.  


This unique, all-inclusive, creative/managerial programming enables the difference between a life-saving concept and a global remedy.


A primary example of the events selected for Vinculum support, production, and presentation might expand upon and endorse current goals and mission of the United Nations.  Current programming creates and manages conferences, workshops, and other related presentations that promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the fifteen-year “2030 UN Challenge.”  In fact, the SDGs are not a road map but 179 targets, or ‘suggestions,’ to help develop a better global community.  Vinculum has connected SDG stakeholders with educational conferencing and international networking to identify and achieve success for its targets and goals.


The Foundation has the capacity and ability to unite civil society with visionary donors by creating programming that appeals to and enables peace building through better understanding and global cooperation.

“Good luck with your endeavors and thank you for providing a venue for NGOs to engage on the SDGS.”  Best regards, Chantal Line Carpentier, Ph.D., Chief, UNCTAD New York Office, Office of the Secretary General

"I know there was a lot of behind-the-scenes work required to pull off the summit, so I was pleased to be able to contribute its success. To future successes!"  Yours, Professor and Reverend Brian K. Muzás, Ph.D., School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University


“It has certainly been a very valuable opportunity for us to present IAAI GloCha ‘Uniting the World in Global Challenges Action and Global Challenges Youth Music Contest’ and our systemic contributions to #Youth empowerment for #Agenda2030 action to the UN NGO community in New York. Congrats to You, Bruce Knotts, Cristina Isabela and Xiangang Guo for successful realization of the event.” - Miroslav Polzer, Secretary General, International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges IAAI