Million Little Canvases
“Million Little Canvases” is our campaign to support our effort in helping the healing process of at-risk children through creative arts and mindfulness programs.
Just like the name of our organization we started the campaign that reflects the idea of a Million Little opportunities to heal and empower our children.
Each canvas represents a voice and an opportunity, and we want to create
One Million Canvases with you!
Imagine what we can do when one million voices come together.
There are many ways to be a part of Million Little Canvases
Buy our canvases: For yourself and/or loved ones and let your creativity flow. When you are done either keep the canvases to enjoy or donate them back to Million Little. Donated canvases will be auctioned at our fundraisers
Buy and host parties/events: Host birthday parties or school/company events using Million Little Canvases to help us reach One Million Canvases together
Sponsor our canvases All sponsored canvases will be offered to children and families at no cost for programs in underserved communities. Their voices will be heard through creative expressions on their canvases
Million Little Canvases Sponsorship Level
• $100 will sponsor 10 canvases • $250 will sponsor 25 canvases
• $500 will sponsor 50 canvases • $1,000 will sponsor 100 canvases
For more information about Million Little Canvases or to be a corporate sponsor please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. One hundred percent of proceeds will go towards Million Little Programs supporting incarcerated teens and at-risk children in our community. Million Little is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
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