Rating: 5 stars 23 23 reviews
3303 Wilshire Blvd Ste. 1200 Los Angeles CA 90010 USA
CoachArt was founded by Zander Lurie in memory of his father, Dr. Arthur "Art" Lurie, who passed away in 1996 after a 6-year battle with multiple myeloma. Dr. Lurie, a cardiac surgeon, devoted his life to the healing and wellness of his patients, and loved teaching and mentoring kids. CoachArt lessons are completely free of charge to the children and their families. Due to the physical, emotional and financial burdens that these families endure, CoachArt is providing a service that would otherwise be inaccessible to them. Our programs are about normalcy, giving these children a place where no one focuses on their illness ? where they are just normal kids learning about their favorite pastime. In this creative learning environment, they are able to regain self-esteem, social skills and independence that is lost while battling chronic illness.
children with chronic illness and their siblings
Direct beneficiaries per year:
students by providing nearly 20,000 hours of lessons.
Geographic areas served:
Los Angeles and the Bay Area
arts and athletics
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CoachArt is not merely just another nonprofit, it is a "breath of life" a "closed door opened" for kids and families that desire to focus more on enjoying life than chronic, life threatening illness. As the social media advisor, I'm told online through chats, tweets, and blogs of the indelible impact CoachArt has in the lives of the participants AND its volunteer mentors. These stories are a testament that dwelling on things that make you happy can improve health, raise self esteem, and overall improve the quality of life for those involved.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
I've personally experienced the results of this organization by seeing the smiles, the creativity, and the hard work of the staff as a consultant.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
If I had to make a change I would give it more staff.