"The “Love Sees No Color Foundation” is an independent private foundation established by Nassiri who is a peace activist with a passion to make a difference globally. His mission is simple: to identify people in need and assertively step in to improve their conditions. By forming this 501-3C foundation, Nassiri is able to foster projects with a view of promoting human dignity, reducing poverty and promoting peace all over the world. Nassiri has dedicated his life to helping people of all races, nationalities, cultures, religions, and creeds. He believes that as much as societies may try to separate us, we are, and will always be one humanity, living together as one global family. Value Statement The LSNC Foundation is a vehicle to create awareness and spread the message of peace and harmony to the world through the power of positive music, entertainment and education. RECENT PHILANTHROPIC PROJECTS: Following are just a few of Nassiri’s own efforts to help mankind and the world in which we live: Nassiri spent 5 years planning, 2 years and millions of dollars in the creation of his “Love Sees No Color” World Peace video. Nassiri always had the desire to make a positive, uplifting film that combined with music that promoted peace, love, and harmony for the world and he chose to do so by making one of the most elaborate music videos ever made. He believes that the best way to convey a positive message through music is through the voices of children. The “Love Sees No Color” music video and documentary was filmed in High Definition in 18 different countries around the world, utilized 21 of the world’s best directors, and features 15 different languages with a cast of thousands. It also features children from around the world in their own original and ethnic costumes. The film includes amazing and spectacular scenes shot by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Taj Mahal in India, the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, the Vatican in Rome, the famous historical Persepolis monument in Iran, the Statue of Libertyin New York City, the Tower of David in Israel, the Church of Nativity in Palestine and the great Pyramids in Egypt to name a few. While on his World Peace tour, besides shooting scenes at some of the most famous monuments in the world, Nassiri would always take the time to visit impoverished areas in each city to observe the conditions in order to determine a way he could help. He would often speak in an effort to be a voice for the voiceless. In Agra, India, Nassiri adopted a village during the filming of “Love Sees No Color” after he saw the poor conditions there. He sends provisions each month, including food, water, and medicine. Furthermore, the villagers have already received blankets, utensils, woolen slacks, and vests. Nassiri has contributed to the construction of the first restrooms and bathing facilities for the village. Nassiri hopes to eventually build an entire master-planned community area where the villagers can meet, cook, sleep, have proper schooling and live with dignity. In South Africa, Nassiri made a substantial donation to Nelson Mandela’s Children’s Fund, “Player’s for Peace.” He spent many hours with Winnie Mandela looking into the conditions of some of the AIDS villages outside of Cape Town andJohannesburg. Nassiri visited one village where he met with a woman and her family, all who were infected with the AIDS virus. Nassiri helped the family with the assistance of Winnie Mandela, and has been donating food and paying for their medical bills so they can receive the treatment and medicine they need. He also visited Haven House in Johannesburg, (a home dedicated to caring for new born babies infected with AIDS virus) where he also donated funds. iwantpeace.com is an online portal linking charities and organizations to help gain exposure."