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GFI has done an incredible job divulging new feeding practices, especially in Brazil. It has been a great experience to follow the institute's actions more
Explorit Science Center is an amazing resource for families, schools, community groups and science lovers of all ages! From field... more »
- Davis, CA
Turning Point is very concerned about the community and the community needs more »
- Marietta, GA
For my entire life as a painter, 50 years, I’ve benefited enormously from the Art Association - as a student, member, board... more »
- Ann Arbor, MI
While I have not been granted a wish of my own, I have seen how this foundation goes above and beyond for each and every wish... more »
- Doylestown, PA
This is a really good organization that makes a positive impact on the community where ever they go. I was stationed in Hawaii... more »
- Wahiawa, HI
Soon after I moved to Westchester, six years ago, I heard of the newly formed WJO, and went to the concert, as I was in town for... more »
- Chappaqua, NY
Roy B. wrote:
I am an older pastor with a long time interest in the art and music. Over the years I have sought to support emerging artists... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
The Houston Children’s Chorus is a wonderful performance organization that not only educates kids in music and singing but in... more »
- Houston, TX
My time at the Lark was a wonderful gift that I cherished deeply and the memories of which I often reflect on with great joy.... more »
- New York, NY
Our son attended Traveling Players Ensemble (TPE) for several years. He made life long friends, gained tremendous confidence,... more »
- Great Falls, VA
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.