The Return of Hip-Hop Camp!

March of 2021 marked the triumphant return of Hip Hop Camp!

Free Arts receives support from the local community

Free Arts for Abused Children received three significant donations at the end of 2020. Our long-time supporters The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation pledged $500,000, spread over two years, to support our strategic growth.

Volunteer from Home

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Free Arts has continued to transform children’s trauma to resilience through the arts throughout this difficult time by supporting those that have offered their time and resources from a distance. As we eagerly anticipate things returning to in-person capacity, you can be a part of that transformation by participating in some...

Free Arts Receives Support from Local Community

Free Arts for Abused Children received three significant donations at the end of 2020.  Our long-time supporters The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation pledged $500,000, spread over two years, to support our strategic growth. The funds will be used to identify alternate programs and re-imagine Free Arts’ traditional programs that can be delivered virtually or...

Professional Artist Series Returns

In the fall of 2020, Free Arts initiated a re-imagined version of the Professional Artist Series. Knowing that the children we serve were in need of artistic expression to help them process and express themselves, we partnered with three partner agencies that had shown interest in on-site programs for the fall. Our teaching artists were...

Creativity Break | Try this Illustrated Name Craft

Having a creative outlet can help with feelings of overwhelm, stress, or the feeling of burnout. We like to spend time doing intentional art activities to help incorporate creativity breaks into our day. A fun, intentional art activity that can be done by the whole family is Illustrated Names. This project comes from the Free...

Make an Impact! Become a Free Arts Seeds of Hope Donor

Now more than ever, we’re so grateful for the community that has funded, volunteered, celebrated, and advocated for Free Arts for Abused Children through the years. At a time when everything feels uncertain, we find comfort and encouragement knowing that you care about our cause. While much of the world has stopped, our mission to...

Bravery Box Volunteers

Last November, over 95 volunteers remotely assembled 5,000 Bravery Boxes for children in foster care. The Bravery Box project is a new initiative conceived during the pandemic in an effort to extend the impact of intentional art making to even more children. Starting in February, every child entering foster care throughout Arizona will receive a Bravery...

New Faces at Free Arts

We have welcomed some new folks to our team over the past few months that we are excited to introduce.  Tenneille Choi – Development Officer Tenneille Choi (she/her) is a fundraiser, nonprofit professional, and arts advocate. She began her fundraising career at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix, and after five years, moved to Childsplay Theatre...

Filling Boxes with Bravery

Free Arts is going statewide! In our largest initiative to date, we plan to provide 5,000 Bravery Boxes to children in foster care throughout the state of Arizona. That means when a child enters foster care, they will receive their very own Bravery Box of art supplies and intentional art activities that are designed to...
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