Our Philanthropy

 

The Creativity Collective is an all volunteer non-profit group of entrepreneurs, parents, business owners, artists and focused teens.

 

In the community, The Creativity Collective has:

  • Raised $700 for Covenant House, haven & rehabilitation center for homeless teens/young adults.

  • Raised $300 for Cafe Reconcile, a culinary arts program for at-risk teens and young adults.

  • Supported the Red Cross by hosting a blood drive that raised 26 liters of blood–60 lives.

  • Supported Toys for Tots with a toy drive at our facility, CAK.

  • Supported the Veteran Services event, Red, White, and Blue–Forever, Thank You, with 17 volunteers and the use of our facility.

  • Participated in Klamath Youth Development "Amazing Race" with use of our facility and art.

  • Marched in Veteran's Day and Independence Day parades.

  • Created welcome baskets for new residents, including students and families.

  • Published 2 magazines that highlighted community arts and entertainment.

  • Provided afterschool programs, youth mentoring and senior project opportunities.

  • Created "Legacy of Bravery," an online memorial archive of local military and veterans.

  • Created "Legacy of Bravery Memorial Tours" a van tour of area memorials, stories & music.

  • Provided affordable arts classes and free hands-on training in the arts.

  • Provided an alcohol and drug-free dance club for kids on Friday and Saturday.

  • Provided "art as therapy" programming including a survivor series book club.

  • Brought talent to our venue, CAK from Austin, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Austria and more.

  • Provided a place for young bands to play and practice music in a "non-bar" environment.

  • Participated in community-building organizations such as the Snowflake Festival Committee, Answer People, Downtown Business Association and Chamber of Commerce.

  • Founded Artventure, a free interactive art excursion for the whole family.

  • Was commissioned to create "Last," a film for Fairview Drama Club w/ children ages 7-12.

  • Was commissioned to create a short documentary on the history of the Klamath Blues Festival.

  • Completed the documentary, KU STORIES, tales from a local historic high school.

  • Provided professional talent for corporate events and nonprofit events and fundraisers.

  • Hosted gallery openings monthly to accompany the Third Thursday community event.

  • Created Innovative Women, a networking and partnership group for females of all ages.

 

Donate

 

Your donation to the Creativity Collective is a tax write-off. Please contact us for information on how to support our cause! 501c3 status approved, effective November 11th, 2012. Tax Exemption letter

 

 

CONTACT 

ADDRESS

PO Box 850956

New Orleans, LA 70118

HOURS OF OPPORATION

Mon - Fri :

10:00 - 19:00

CONTACT US

706-717-0434

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