Help Us Help Students Who Need Us!
Over the last year, more than 1,000 underserved public school students participated in Light Bringer Project’s arts and learning programs. In 2008, we brought ROOM 13, an international network of student-driven creative studios, to America. Since that time, each of our studios is filled to capacity with students who are making art, sharing ideas, making decisions and growing a micro-business around the arts.
Help us fill the room with inspired students and inspiring art!
Now is the time to donate! Your contribution is fully tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.
Here are other arts and learning programs that bring opportunity to deserving students:
The L.A. FUTURES ACADEMY is a two-year career pathways program that provides a real-world application to college-bound, career-ready initiatives in public schools. Addressing the needs of young people at a critical age, the Academyis helping to cultivate tomorrow’s talent pool and providing the life skills, know-how and mentorship necessary for young people to advance toward creative fields. We have partnered underserved students with major creative companies like TBWA\Chiat\Day and Saatchi & Saatchi. Our students are making amazing strides in their quest for college and career because of these efforts!
We are proud to announce the partnership of John Muir High School and Art Center College of Design as a college-level model of the L.A. FUTURES ACADEMY!
EXPRESSING FEELINGS THROUGH ART, a prevention program delivered in partnership with Mental Health America, engages hundreds of L.A. County high school students throughout L.A. County. A public exhibition will be held in May at Art Center College of Design and scholarships will be awarded to acknowledge outstanding student participants.
We believe our value to these young people is significant and we need your help to sustain our work.
Thank you for supporting us! If you have any questions, or for more information, please contact us at (626) 590-1134
To mail in your contribution, please send it to:
Attn: Patricia Hurley
Light Bringer Project
P.O. Box 968
Pasadena, CA 91102
Thomas Coston, President and Founder