The Waypoint Foundation Celebrates Human Creativity

Founded by Clarice M. Yentsch, The Waypoint Foundation is a private, not for profit foundation incorporated in the State of Florida and recognized by the IRS as of June 1, 2015.  It is the primary sponsor of the Innocent Souls: Vietnam 1968 exhibition.

Vision: Observe, Reflect, Imagine

Waypoint offers an authentic natural history experience through a residency program for selected Fellows (artists, scientists, musicians, dancers, contemplatives) to complete a piece of original work.

Waypoint co-sponsors public presentations including the Keys Tibetan Festival and a Sound Healing Symposium that bring a world of creative expression to audiences in the Florida Keys.

Waypoint serves as an ambassador for traveling exhibitions including The Universe Canticle, Innocent Souls: Vietnam 1968 and Tiny Giants to celebrate and showcase creativity of individuals from around the world.

Waypoint will catalyze collaboration through the Waypoint Collaboratory whereby experts are connected remotely and share data, information, knowledge, understanding and wisdom for the advancement of a critical area of research.

For additional information about The Waypoint Foundation, contact President Clarice Yentsch.
36 Bahama Ave.
Key Largo, FL 33037