Anonymous Was A Woman

Anonymous Was a Woman is an unrestricted grant of $25k awarded each year to ten women artists over the age of 40 and at a critical junction in their career. Women supporting women...as natural as breathing.

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Jasmine Cho Cookies

This Pittsburgh baker creates intricate, hand-drawn cookie portraits of Asian American figures as a way to increase representation and raise awareness of Asian American history and identity.

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Veterans Writing Project

At the Veterans Writing Project we believe that every veteran has a story. But we know that some of us need a little help telling that story. So we provide no-cost creative writing seminars and songwriting workshops for veterans, service members, and their adult family members.

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Josephine Herrick Project

The Josephine Herrick Project is an arts-based charity that teaches photography to individuals faced with physical and emotional obstacles in order to help them communicate, build self-esteem, and connect with their communities.

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Veteran Art Movement

The emerging Veteran Art Movement is not an organization but a decentralized network of veterans committed to using creative practices to transform themselves and American society.

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Art Creation Foundation for Children

Art Creation Foundation for Children (ACFFC) is an arts based non-profit organization created for the personal growth, empowerment, and education of children in need in Jacmel, Haiti. The ACFFC provides art instruction, tutoring, medical care, daily food and water, and educational expenses for students in the program.

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Joel Artista

Joel Bergner (aka Joel Artista) is an artist, educator, and organizer of community-based public art initiatives with youth and families around the world. He works in acrylic and aerosol, creating elaborate paintings and public murals that explore social topics and reflect a wide array of artistic influences. Joel has facilitated community mural projects in Syrian refugee camps in the Middle East, juvenile detention centers in the US, and the shantytowns of Kenya, India, and Brazil.

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RunWay Hair

What is it like to give new hope through a new look? Just ask a Lithia Springs woman who is stitching together wigs for children who have lost or can't grow hair. Wig designer Quilla Bohannon recently started this labor of love.

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