From our Teaching Artist workshops and general celebrations of our Young Artists and our programming, there is never a dull moment with ArtWorks!
Our shelves are filled with art supplies including paint, craft kits, play-doh and much more thanks to S&P Global! Our Young Artists are eager to express themselves creatively with all these brand new supplies! We are so appreciative!
Over and over again, ArtWorks sees that it is never too early to begin a practice of philanthropy, and sometimes our youngest donors are the most generous of all!
On August 30, 2016, The Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center was gifted with a fully sponsored ArtWorks Art Cart through the generous fundraising campaign led by Sarah Rabitz! In honor of her Bat Mitzvah, Sarah launched the HELP PUT THE “MITZVAH” IN SARAH’S BAT MITZVAH campaign to raise $5000 to go towards placing a new art cart at one of ArtWorks’ partner hospitals, and filling it with amazing art supplies for our participants. The campaign raised OVER $5000, and Sarah, along with her family, continues to support ArtWorks and our mission!
Sarah, a budding artist and philanthropist, also created artwork for the Art Cart Launch (and a number of other ArtWorks events) to give out to our Young Artists! We are excited to see Sarah’s spirit of giving and creativity continue to grow!
ArtWorks was founded with the help of generous hearts and continues to excel with the generosity of the growing ArtWorks community!
On June 29, ArtWorks launched a brand new Art Cart through our Surprise!Supplies program in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Hackensack University Medical Center. The launch was made possible through the generous donation and commitment from the Gribetz family who sponsored the art cart in memory of their friend Evan Levy. Read more about the Art Cart Launch in The Paramus Post: http://www.paramuspost.com/article.php/20160629140859107
We are always thankful for our generous community!