It’s the season of giving and gratitude! P.S. ARTS invites you to give the gift of art this year end with five different ways to support our arts education programs. These fun and easy ways to give help ensure that the 25,000 students we serve in public schools and communities across California receive access to the arts. Help build a more equitable education system while spreading cheer this season!
1. Shop Our Online Store & See Our Sweatshirt Sale With gifts for all ages including art projects, t-shirts, beanies, sweatshirts, and customizable tote bags, there are lots of ways to shop while supporting a great cause this holiday season. Treat yourself to a cozy crewneck printed on Bella + Canvas blanks featuring a college style Arty the A mascot design for only $35 now through December 16 with optional free gift wrapping. Shop here
2. Become a One-time or Monthly Donor and Double Your Impact with a Matching Gift Do you know if your employer matches donations? You can make your donation go even further by making it a monthly gift or requesting an employer match! Find out if your company participates in doubling your donation or how you can give the gift of art by visiting our donation page.
3. Participate in the Blick Give + Get Supply Drive The Blick Give + Get art supply donation drive is back on from November 26-December 24 at the Santa Monica and West LA locations! Donate art supplies to P.S. ARTS at these locations and receive a 20% off coupon for your next purchase. Visit Blick – Santa Monica or Blick – West LA to participate.
4. Shop on Minted Raise money for P.S. ARTS when you shop at minted.com. Enjoy 20% off Minted holiday cards and custom gifts using code FUNDRAISEPSARTSLA and they’ll donate 15% of the proceeds to P.S. ARTS!
5. Spread the Word About P.S. ARTS A wonderful and free way to support P.S. ARTS is by spreading the word about us! Follow us on social media and shout us out in your feeds. We love hearing from you!
However you’re able to support this season, we’re grateful for you and the impact you’ve made as an advocate for arts education!