Enrich the Life of a Child

December 28, 2009 at 11:25 pm 2 comments

The Asheville Arts Center needs your help.

Jerry McIntyre instructing the Asheville Art's Center's Academy Students

This past November we were able to bring in Broadway actor, Jerry McIntyre (an original cast member of Once On This Island) to work with our most talented group of theatre students. We were only able to bring this incredible opportunity to our students because of the Arts Center’s relationship with Sans Souci Cabaret. Put simply, donations to Sans Souci made this possible for our students.

Without your help, Sans Souci won’t be able to make grants as generously as they have before – and some children won’t have the chance to learn from top-level, professional artists.

Now is the time for you to make sure that Asheville’s youth get to take advantage of any and every opportunity they can!

Sans Souci Cabaret, Inc.,a non-profit group dedicated to expanding and increasing the quality of arts education, is raising money for the Asheville Arts Center’s Scholarship fund.As 2009 comes to a close, Sans Souci is once again partnering up with the Asheville Arts Center in order to provide scholarships to children in our Asheville community who might not normally be able to afford classes.

The arts and music make such a difference in the life of a child. Increasing math and language skills, building self confidence and preparing them to be more successful in life are just a few of the benefits children who study the arts typically display.

Asheville Arts Center's Academy students works with Jerry McIntyre from Once On This Island

Currently about 20% of our student base is on a scholarship of some kind and we’d love to continue this, while reaching out to more children. Did you know, in our Academy program alone, over half of our students are on full or partial scholarships? We believe all children should have the opportunities and means to grow in the arts while building confidence and self-esteem.

Make a donation to Sans Souci Cabaret, Inc.

This little girl wants to get on stage! Won't you help? Donate to Sans Souci Cabaret to help the Asheville Arts Center Scholarship fund.

Regardless of how much money you’re making right now, there are ways that you can help. If you can’t contribute, please forward this blog post to everyone that you think will be interested in helping better the lives of children in Western North Carolina. If you can contribute, please see how below.

Cause it shouldn’t matter what your socio-economic background is…it should just matter that your 4-yr-old wants to dance.

Make your check payable to Sans Souci Cabaret, Inc. and send it to:

Sans Souci Cabaret, Inc.

c/o Asheville Arts Center

308 Merrimon Avenue

Asheville, NC 28801

Remember, all contributions are tax deductible for your 2009 income taxes if you send it before the end of the year.

We thank you in advance for your choice to help enrich the artistic lives of children – and we wish you a very happy New Year.

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Entry filed under: Asheville Local Interest, Asheville Performing Arts Academy, General Interest.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. carol cronin  |  January 22, 2010 at 1:57 pm

    Hi how would my daughter apply for a scholarship for my grandaughter who lives in asheville?

    Reply
  • 2. Asheville Arts Center  |  January 25, 2010 at 2:59 pm

    Hey, Carol. You should try contacting the Asheville Arts Center at 253-4000. Someone should be able to help you find out what you need. We’re always happy to help, too!

    Reply

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