FUTURE MASTERS ART CHARITY
Christy became inspired to start her own Children’s art charity while pregnant with her first child in 2013. Before the birth of her son, she set up a program to help fund children's dreams of becoming artists. Grants will be given to children in order to buy art supplies, musical instruments and other art related items or programs. Emphasis will be on children up to age 17.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your proposal. Proposals should include:
1. Detailed Parent and/ or Teacher contact info (names, phone, email, address);
2. Letter of request with age and situation of the child;
3. A personal letter from the child if possible;
4. Specific requests with substantiated pricing details of items requested;
5. Photos and or videos of current art work or talents;
"Becoming an artist was the best choice I ever made and it saved me in many ways. I hope to be able to help children who may not have been given the choice of art in their lives because of financial hardship or other reasons."
We will contact all grant recipients directly and post them below, and on facebook and other social media
WE ARE ABOUT TO DELIVER ART SUPPLIES TO THE KIDS OF YOUTH ENCOURAGEMENT SERVICES OF NASHVILLE
Thank you for the support of my parents on helping to make this happen. And lots more to come. Youth Encouragement Services (YES) operates two youth centers that offer educational and recreational programs as alternatives for kids ages 6-18 during after school hours, weekends and summer break.
ART ROCKS CLUBHOUSE AND THE LIVING GARDEN PROJECT
We just dated to the Art Rocks Clubhouse. In just three months time the kids are turning a run down courtyard into an interactive living art garden. To donate as well... please visit https://www.artrocksclub.com
DAHLIA MUNOZ (10 YEARS OLD) WINS FUTURE MASTERS ART CONTEST
OCT 8, 2016 -- So happy to announce (on my birthday) that Dahlia Munoz, 10 years old, is the winner of the Future Masters Art Contest and won a $300 art shopping spree, funded my me personally. It was so hard to choose from so many wonderful art pieces and so many talented children. But Dahlia's sculptural work of a girl dancing in the rain, made of wire, that moves freely, truly captured the essence of innovation and creativity that is at the core of this super talented artist. Thank you Dahlia for sharing and keep making beautiful art!!! You make the world a better place with all of your creations. With love, Christy
KEYBOARD FOR GENESIS AND BRIAN
Future Masters Art Charity is proud to announce that Genesis, Grade 5 and Brian, Grade 4 are the new receipts of a cool new Keyboard. Wishing them never-ending fun and creativity.
ART SUPPLIES FOR THE KIDS OF HILLWOOD PLAYCARE
Future Masters Art Charity donates specialty art papers, paints, brushes, pastels, markers, crayons and more to the amazing kids of Nashville's Hillwood Playcare.
A VIOLIN FOR DAMONIQUE
Future Masters Art Charity awards Damonique a brand new violin and kit. She’s a amazing and has such a passion to play, and we’re so grateful to be able to help her attain her goals as an musician.
WATERCOLOR PAINTS FOR 30 KIDS AT MALCOLM X ACADEMY
Rogers' Future Masters Art Charity gives watercolor paints to 50 talented kids from the Malcolm X Academy, where they are currently enrolled in art classes with artist Brian Moore. Schools in California, k-5 continue to suffer from severe cuts in funding. Malcolm X Academy in San Francisco's Bayview area is no exception. Thanks to the Y-Urban Services, a free After School Program is offered to ten k-5 schools in the Bayview District. Art supplies are always needed, as they work with over fifty youngsters every week. Each child who attends MXA gets extended art class during their stay at the school, and programs offered are all after school from three to six, when kids learning ability is at a maximum.
YOUNG GIRL IS AWARDED AN ACOUSTIC/ELECTRIC GUITAR FROM ROGERS’ “FUTURE MASTERS ART CHARITY”
It’s an honor to award Alicia Jones, from Aptos Middle School, a left handed acoustic/ electric guitar. She currently plays the violin and loves all string instruments.
Alicia writes “Thank you for thinking about me and receiving a guitar. The reason I would like to receive this gift is so that I can continue to pursue my interest in all the types of string instruments. I presently play the violin which I learn how to play at school, and also private lessons by my neighbor. If I receive this this gift it will be used wisely and responsibly.”
CHRISTY’S FUTURE MASTERS ART CHARITY ANNOUNCES IT’S FIRST 5 RECIPIENTS
The childrens' art grant program that Rogers started and funds has it's first 5 recipients--- 5 children from the Malcolm X Academy in San Francisco will be going on a shopping spree at Blicks Art Store next week to pick out the art supplies that they desire. We’re soooooo happy about this!!! Here's one of the letters that was received... it's so cute, just needed to share it!! If you know of any children that would benefit from the program please apply here.