The Monterey Museum of Art is excited to announce Project T.H.R.I.V.E, a brand-new MMA Board-led project to Teach Hope, Resiliency, and Inspiration through Virtual Education to thousands of schoolchildren in Monterey County.
Children throughout our County rely on the MMA to fill the gap in their arts education left by school budget cuts. In response to COVID school closures, MMA’s staff have worked tirelessly to launch a new virtual learning platform, where students and their teachers will have access to MMA’s collection and skilled arts educators, through an innovative digital school visit experience.
Project T.H.R.I.V.E.rs have a unique opportunity to effect real change for the youth of Monterey County. Like you, we know that skills learned from the arts are some of the most important a child can possess in these challenging times. Empathy, resiliency, problem-solving, and creativity are the foundation on which we can build a better world, and we need your help to take that first step.
Our ambitious goal is to bring our virtual school visit program to every child in Monterey County. Programs like these require a major investment of time and resources from MMA’s educators, but for just 50 cents per child you can help reach 4,000 school children in the County.
Donors who commit to Project T.H.R.I.V.E. will be connected to an elite group unified by a common passion for children’s arts education and will join MMA board leaders in their dedication to raising immediate and ongoing funds to support education initiatives. Your charitable donation of $2,000 will provide every child in Monterey County with free digital access to high quality arts education – so they can T.H.R.I.V.E.
Thank you to Project T.H.R.I.V.E. Donors!