My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for The Crucible, Oakland, CA, USA
I first became aware of The Crucible's programs when i went as a spectator to their annual fundraiser, a production of Romeo & Juliet -- as a fire ballet. Astounded by the creative mixing of classical music, hip-hop, ballet, fire performance, glass and metal work, I vowed to learn more. A few months later, I attended their summer fundraising event, the Fire Arts Festival, and was again blown away by the ambitious production of The Odyssey and the array of art installations. When I found out that The Crucible was actually a school that taught skills in the fire and industrial arts, i was even more impressed: Clearly, this was an organization to get involved with --
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the eyes of children and adults as they light up with newfound self-confidence and pride of workmanship.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
young, old, tattooed, conservative, wacky, inventive, wealthy, poor, orange-haired, grey-haired, bald-headed, artistic and inquisitive, self-reliant people of all colors, backgrounds, and beliefs.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Change the lives of even more people.
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