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All of the programs developed and facilitated by AOH are made possible through funding by donations from generous individuals and companies. No amount is too small. Our goal is to help every child reach their full potential and overcome obstacles in their lives. Your generosity will positively impact the life of a child.

WHY SHOULD I GIVE TO The Art of Hope Foundation?

We want you to feel confident that the money you donate, the expertise you give or the free time you offer is going to be used in the most effective way.

We understand that making a donation or giving your time for a charity is a big commitment, a decision that is based upon trust and a belief in the cause.  The Art of Hope Foundations’ accomplishments are your accomplishment.

Your generosity, and that of other supporters and friends who understand and believe in our mission, enables The Art of Hope Foundation to make an impact in some of the areas below:

~ Create a sustainable revenue stream that will assist Shriners Hospital for Children to provide care for children who may not otherwise receive adequate healthcare for serious injuries and illnesses
~ Enhance the lives of children in a hospital or classroom environment thru art and educational programs
~ Impact funding for research at Shriners Hospital for Children- As leader in research, their in-house research teams include internationally renowned experts whose discoveries have changed treatment methodologies and improved the lives of countless children suffering from debilitating conditions.  Shriners Hospital for Children specializes in burn care, spinal cord injuries and cleft lip and palate.
~ International cause, with a local approach – The AOH team serves children on a global scale.  While our daily activities are all located in the US, the children we serve are from all over the world.  Shriners Hospital for Children provides healthcare to children from various countries.  This allows The Art of Hope Program to impact children from numerous countries.

HOW DOES MY GIFT SUPPORT THE FOUNDATION AND WHAT WILL IT BE DIRECTED TO?

Together, we can make a difference

Individuals, families, foundations, and corporations partner with us so that we may together invest in the future of education and healthcare for children. When you give, you’re part of an elite group, one that is allowing The Art of Hope Foundation to impact society’s educational challenges and some of medicine’s more complicated cases, and one that will allow The Art of Hope Foundation to continue to serving children on a global scale.

We can only succeed with your philanthropic support.

Your gift to AOH will make and impact in some of the following areas:

~ Purchase supplies for art classes.  Items like crayons, paint, markers, glitter, paper, clay and various other supplies
~ Provide technology to teach and create.  Tablets, projectors, books etc.
~ Create new programs and enhance current program offerings
~ Winter Wonderland Event-Art supplies, face painting supplies, crafts supplies, paper and paint
~ Support our staff in developing new knowledge; invest in endeavors to attract the best talent and help us take on global issues that affect us all

IF I’M MAKING A GIFT, MAY I SPECIFY WHERE TO ALLOCATE THE GIFT?

Yes. You can direct your gift to any department, designate it for art supplies and materials or specify a particular donation cause and/or program to apply it towards, by indicating so on your donation form.

MY QUESTION IS NOT ANSWERED HERE. WHOM SHOULD I CONTACT?

Contact the Art of Hope Foundation at 281-615-4455 or giving@artofhopefoundation.com

Donations can be mailed to:

The Art of Hope Foundation™
7710T Cherry Park Drive, #375
Houston, TX 77095

Or donate instantly through Paypal:

Your donation is secure. "The Art of Hope Foundation™ is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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