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What a wonderful organization that does not profit from donations of money or hair! Please check our CWHL and watch the videos of these kiddos receiving this precious gift! more
The Office of Letters and Light runs an annual program - National Novel Writing Month - that literally changed my life. Prior... more »
- Berkeley, CA
Climate change is one of THE most important issues of our time, trumping health care as there will be no need for health care... more »
- Seattle, WA
Peter S.4 wrote:
POSITIVE what we do see is issues being raised in appropriate areas! more »
- Los Angeles, CA
I have been a donor to the Civil War Trust since 2004, making major annual contributions as well as responding to individual campaigns... more »
My husband and I try to get to the Shakespeare & CO. productions at least a couple of times, if not more, every summer. (We live... more »
- Lenox, MA
Melendy L. wrote:
I heard about "A place called home" from a friend of mine who volunteered the year before during prom season. I was impressed... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
As a teenage pacific islander, it was quite difficult to gauge how difficult university classes would be. In attending Stanford... more »
- Burlingame, CA
OUDC provided me with an amazing year-long experience that helped me learn about and analyze important issues in our society.... more »
I'm amazed by all the local talent that come out to tell their stories each month. It was really evident when they had a show... more »
This was one of the most incredible experiences of my life. Every day we woke before sunrise, put on skis, and went out onto... more »
- West Yellowstone, MT
Art affects a person's senses, emotions, and intellect. Among many things, art can teach people to think in a new way, help children with learning disabilities, and explain a culture movement. With current budget cuts, many schools are forced to make cutbacks that often involve the arts. This is tragic.
Since arts in school are less prevalent than before, it's as important as ever to promote the arts. These nonprofits provide art programs for youth and adults to express themselves through an outlet they do not normally gain access to. This could come through community murals, choirs, or a cultural arts center. Sometimes promoting the arts is as simple as a trip to a museum exhibit or a film screening.
These organizations may also help out by providing free artistic productions for the community to view such as the opera. Others help by offering training in music, graphic design, singing, dance, acting, photography, cinematography, or drawing.
So find the artist in you and help out with various activities such as community painting classes, plays at your local theater, or school concerts and shows. Make an effort to keep the arts alive in your community by finding an art nonprofit near you and helping out.