A critical time for supporting arts education

We know that the last several weeks have been a difficult time for all of us. What has been most gratifying for us at Center for Arts-Inspired Learning has been the creativity, dedication, and commitment of our Board, staff, and teaching artists to ensure that children continue to feel safe and are learning through the arts. As we all adapt to the many changes in our lives, the arts will help us understand today and how we can move forward.

This Spring, our Say Yes to Education afterschool programs have been cancelled and we have faced the loss of nearly 1,000 others – programs which would have enriched the lives of nearly 25,000 young people, positively impacted their development and inspired their personal growth, but also fueled the operations of CAL.

Looking ahead to next school year, CAL is adapting. We are putting into practice everything that we say an arts education gives us – innovative thinking, collaboration, and creative problem solving. The CAL team of staff and artists has created online opportunities and will continue to respond to the needs of schools in the months ahead helping to address student learning loss through the arts.
Please know that your financial support makes a difference in the future of your community…so say yes to arts education by saying yes to the Center for Arts-Inspired Learning! 
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