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You know that teaching through the arts taps into children’s innate creativity and desire for active learning. You understand that students who participate in an arts-integrated curriculum score higher on standardized tests, have higher attendance rates, exhibit greater class participation, experience fewer behavior problems, and make significant gains in closing the achievement gap. You appreciate that students deserve to be joyful and successful in their learning. 

But do you know how much your commitment means to us?

 

What will my donation do?

With so many nonprofits and organizations offering ways to give back, it can be hard to know what cause to support, much less how to support it. We believe donors should have a personal connection to the cause as well as a clear understanding of how they are supporting the cause they believe in. We want you to be secure in the specifics of your donation. Here are some examples of how your donation will be used:

$10      Provides a book to inspire an arts integrated literacy project.

$25      Purchase art supplies or a microscope for hands-on learning activities.

$50      Finances percussion instruments for a Wolf Trap Early Learning through the Arts workshop. 

$100    Purchases a color printer for a digital media class.

$250    Provides a scholarship for a child to attend Young Audiences’ summer camp.

$500    Sponsors a 10-session artist residency for a classroom of students.

$1000  Underwrites the purchase of a robotics set for a classroom of elementary school students. 

 
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GPOA Foundation Awards Young Audiences of Louisiana with Grant to Fund Girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Summer Initiative.
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GPOA Foundation Awards Young Audiences of Louisiana with Grant to Fund Girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Summer Initiative.


Young Audiences of Louisiana Receives Arts Council New Orleans Community Arts Grant
March 8, 2017

Arts Council New Orleans Community Arts Grant Videography Professional Development Program


Young Audiences of Louisiana Expands Free Baby Artsplay!™ Program To Eight Cultural Institutions Throughout New Orleans With Support from The Helis Foundation
March 7, 2017

Young Audiences of Louisiana (YALA) in partnership with The Helis Foundation announced plans to expand their successful early learning program, Baby Artsplay!™, to eight cultural institutions across the city of New Orleans.



 
   
 
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