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Programs at Awakening Minds Art benefit people of all ages and abilities

Thanks to you, Awakening Minds Art will be able to serve community members seeking a positive, inclusive place to learn and experience the benefits of art. Your support and belief in our cause keeps us going strong!

Even a small gift, given consistently, can make a huge difference in the sustainability and growth of our diverse slate of programming each year. The number of people served and the supplies utilized depend on the generous support of people like you! Please consider a monthly donation today!

In 2019, Awakening Minds Art (AMA) provided:

876 one-on-one, therapeutic art classes, most often serving people with special needs.

296 Community Programs in the Findlay and Leipsic studios.

426 Agency Programs, traveling to nursing homes, memory care units, and community organizations to provide educational and therapeutic programming.

636 school classrooms where in some cases, AMA serves as the only art educator that these children will have.

In addition to these, AMA also provided private group programs to families, coworkers, and friends, Girlscout badge programs, and free community events, oftentimes collaborating with other organizations to provide AMAzing services for all to enjoy!

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