It sets a good example
that after we say “please.”
We say, “thank you.”
It’s impossible to say how much we appreciate our donors and supporters, but we’ll try.
To the corporations, foundations, and private donors who do not always see first hand the impact participatory arts education means to children, we value your trust. And invite you to spend more time on our site to see where—and exactly, demonstrably how—your funds affect children and their lives.
To the San Francisco Unified School District, our Board of Supervisors’ Elementary Arts Funding, those that supported Proposition H and our amazingly involved parents’ organizations, where would your kids be without you?
As you review quantitative results from our Model Schools, read Testimonials from school principals, moms, dads, and teachers and visit Our Programs we hope you’ll see what over 40 years of engagement with over 200,000 students in every corner of our city has accomplished.
Many in our staff have devoted decades of their lives to SFArtsEd, believing in how arts engagement benefits education. And our kids, in ways that are both emotional. And completely tangible.
This is about you:
Public, Foundation, and Corporate Funding Partners
California Arts Council
David B. Gold Foundation
Department of Children, Youth, and their Families
Eva Leah Gunther Foundation
Geeslin Family Fund
Harriet Heyman and Michael Moritz Fund
Jacqueline Hoefer Fund
Larry Goldfab Foundation
Lenore & Howard Klein Fund
Kline Lazarus Foundation
Macy’s/Federated Department Stores
May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust
Mimi and Peter Haas Foundation
Miranda Lux Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
Robert & Elizabeth Fisher Fund
San Francisco Foundation
Van Loben Sels/RembeRock Foundation
Walter and Elise Haas Fund