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DONATE TODAY to help children, youth and adults develop the life skills necessary to succeed in today's world. Students can build these skills by tapping into their own #ArtAbility at The Fine Arts Association -- a nurturing place to dream, imagine, create and express one's self through the many genres of art.

Did you know… The Fine Arts Association provides outreach programs in collaboration with schools, hospitals, senior centers, to children at the Salvation Army and Project Hope for the homeless, juvenile centers, and many other child, youth and senior citizen service agencies?

Did you know… provides scholarships for families facing economic challenges, merit-based scholarships, discounted student group rates, free community concerts, senior citizen packages and free benefit dress rehearsals for organizations serving people with disabilities?

Did you know… many companies offer employees a matching gift benefit that matches your donation to a non-profit such as The Fine Arts Association? To receive this benefit, you must obtain a matching gift form from your employer. The completed gift form then should be mailed to The Fine Arts Association for confirmation.

Did you know… you can name a seat in the Corning Auditorium, that there are other naming rights opportunities available, and that you may donate securities or bequests through a will or estate plan?

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All inquiries may be sent to:

The Fine Arts Association
38660 Mentor Ave.
Willoughby, OH 44094-7797
ATTN: Yvonne Delgado Thomas
Director of Development
440-951-7500 ext. 112

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#ArtAbility

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A person's "#ArtAbility" speaks volumes about their character. By engaging in enriching art experiences, children, youth and adults develop critical life skills. Those who choose to follow their creative pathways often nurture these art-abilities:

Creative Thinking

Confidence

Problem-Solving

Perseverance

Focus

Communication

Collaboration

Acceptance of Constructive Feedback

Dedication

Accountability

Borrowed with permission from Lisa Phillips, Author of The Artistic Edge

theartisticedge.ca/10-skills-children-learn-from-the-arts/ also on blog.americansforthearts.org/2012/11/26/the-top-10-skills-children-learn-from-the-arts