Home Based Arts Usa Inc
Rating: 4.94 stars 31 reviews
Issues: Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Education
Location: 1616 Turnberry Village Drive Dayton OH 45458 USA
Target demographics: aid the students with broder thinking skillsand more nformation about there surroundings and how to function comfortably in our society.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 20,000 books are distrubted on average yearly.
Geographic areas served: Ohio
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I would like to submit the strongest nomination possible for Home Based Arts USA (EIN 31-1434722).
HBA creates learning activity books on a variety of subjects, from “The Law” to the “Great Dayton Flood of 1913,” from “Money Talks” to “Aerospace,” from tolerance to friendships, the series is constantly expanding beyond the current 15 books.
Together with the free books for grade school students comes the teacher guide to help facilitate the subject matter. Endorsed by teachers and schools statewide, HBA has already distributed in excess of 400,000 books.
The executive director, Joyce Reid Kasprzak, works tirelessly soliciting and selling potential sponsors on the value of these books, beloved by the children and treasured by teachers. HBA would be a most deserving winner and would be able to expand the lineup of these fabulous teaching books.
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Home Based Arts USA Inc. provided a childrens book that was focused on one of our key assest in the Write Dunbar Business District called the Walk of Fame. The value of this book is very high in that it provides info on 130 accomplished individuals and groups from the Dayton Region that can inspire, motivate and provide great historical knowledge to children given them pride in the area which they live.
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I have had ecperience with this organization over the years and I know that each of their projects have exceeded expectation.
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I would make the books that are produced part of the overall cirriculum for all children before they graduate 8th grade.