The Long Beach Gives citywide, online giving event wrapped up on Friday, September 23rd raising over $1.9 million with 8,487 donations for 232 Long Beach nonprofits.
The Rose Park Neighborhood Association ArtWorksLBC program raised $2,313 with 20 donations! We are so grateful for the generosity of our community in helping us raise funds for the Art in Rose Park program.
Art in Rose Park takes place every Thursday in Rose Park from 3PM to 5PM, everyone is welcome to attend. With these funds we will be able to provide additional art materials, stipends for visiting artists, and larger group art projects that work to revitalize and connect our neighborhood spaces and places.
We look forward to connecting individuals, families and partnering organizations together to engage in arts healing and wellness, public space revitalization, and community building efforts. Thank you and as always please reach out with questions and ideas at email@example.com.
The ArtWorksLBC program is a community benefit project of Rose Park Neighborhood, created for individuals, families and partnering organizations to engage in arts healing and wellness, public space revitalization, and community building efforts.
One of the art projects that began during the pandemic is our “Hearts Across Long Beach,” project, which provides essential workers with art wellness mosaic kits. Participating organizations included: St. Mary’s Medical Center, The LGBTQ Center Seniors, Staff at Horace Mann, Luther Burbank and Gompers Elementary School, Friends of the Library, and Mental Health America of Los Angeles. We continue to provide this activity for partnering organizations and individuals to give them time to reflect, engage in team building activities and share their art creations with the community. Take a look at some of our participants in these videos below …
This year, Rose Park Neighborhood’s ArtWorksLBC program is one of 233 Long Beach nonprofits participating in Long Beach Gives 2022. We are raising funds for art materials, stipends for visiting artists, and larger group art projects that work to revitalize and connect our neighborhood spaces and places.