You can also support our efforts in public schools by sending your check or credit card contribution to:

The San Francisco
Arts Education Project
c/o Nourse Auditorium
135 Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102

If you wish to make a donation of arts supplies or other items please contact us by telephone:

 415.551.7990. 

Contributions are deductible to the extent of the law.

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Our kids learn that anything is possible.
We couldn’t do the impossible without you.

The San Francisco Arts Education Project is a nearly 50-year-old independent nonprofit organization that has touched the lives of more than 200,000 children since 1965. We energize the public school environment, inspire self-confidence, help keep kids stay interested in school and engage hard-to-reach students.

Bringing artists and children together. 

Becoming a member of the SFArtsED Donor Circle means you're helping us include more children in SFArtsED programs through scholarships and expanded classes and extracurricular offerings. In addition to supporting children's arts education, you also get to experience their work in public art exhibitions and musical theater performances. Become a part of our community and together let's give back to the children of San Francisco. With so many cuts in school budgets, the need for arts education support has never been greater.

Make a gift and see the impact of your generosity. With gifts of $500 or more to the Donor Circle, receive two tickets to the SFArtsED Players' production of Sittin' on a Rainbow: The Music of Harold Arlen. With gifts of $1,000 or more, receive two tickets to Sittin' on a Rainbow and to the SFArtsED summer musical spectactular.

Read a letter written by SFArtsED alumnus Rodney Early Jackson, Jr., our first alum to make it to Broadway (and to The Book of Mormon, no less, followed by the national tour of Motown the Musical). We're awfully proud and grateful. Read Rodney's letter here.

Thank you for supporting our kids, their educations and their futures.

Donate now with either your credit card or your personal PayPal account.

 

 

San Francisco Arts Education Project