Museum of Children's Art offers a broad variety of programs including interactive exhibits, artists-in-residence, open studios, art parties, field trips, and art camps. MOCHA teaching artists lead residencies in Bay Area schools, libraries and after-school sites through our School and Community Programs. Your Fund-A-Need contribution will directly impact the youth participating in these programs.
Unlimited opportunities to Fund-A-Need
Pick your giving level for programs that will support children and youth.
Once you make your choice, be prepared to make your contribution to your Fund-A-Need at the party.
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Invitation to participate in the site visit at the school receiving sponsorship
$5,000 LEAP (MOCHA's library education program)
Recognition as LEAP Sponsor for MOCHA’s Library Arts Education Program (where 50 families from low resourced communities can attend and receive art kits for free)
$2,500 Joining Hands Open Studio
Recognition as Sponsor for MOCHA’s Open Studio Program (where 50 families from low resourced communities can attend and receive art kits for free)
$1,500 Joining Hands Art Camp Scholarship
Recognition as Art Camp Scholarship Sponsor for three families (where three children of families from low resourced communities can attend MOCHA’s Week-long art camp for free)
$1,000 Joining Hands Art Supplies
Recognition as Art Supplies at a Title 1 School Sponsor (this sponsorship covers the cost of art supplies at a Title 1 School with a MOCHA Teaching Artist during a 12-week art program)
To learn more, contact Nina Woodruff-Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org
With a racial equity and social justice lens, MOCHA’s mission is to use the arts as a vehicle to advocate for self-expression, culture and community-building, and the centering of youth voices. We achieve this through hands-on experiential arts education for Bay Area children, youth and their families, arts integrated Professional Development and curriculum for educators.
MOCHA is a nonprofit 501c3 organization - Tax ID #94-3086749