Artivate ( sees the transformational power of the arts as an essential part of daily life. To realize this, Artivate engages local communities to create interactive arts experiences that inspire learning. The organization brings the arts to people where they are. Artivate’s programs reach hundreds of thousands of participants each year with performances, workshops and residencies taught by carefully vetted and well-trained journeymen and master teaching artists.

Serves: Metro region

What a donation buys:

• $250 helps make a performance program happen for a school.

• $1,000 helps fund a Project Youth ArtReach mural program for court involved youths.

• $10,000 provides key support of fieldtrips and projects to Artivate’s Wings Academy camp.

Volunteer opportunities:

• One day: Provide special event support.

• Weekly or long term: Provide office support (filing, copying, mailing prep).

• Internships

• Student Service Learning hours

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