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“Don’t use social media to impress people. Use it to impact people.”

— Dave Willis

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Art Advocates facilitated the Quill Project at Curts Cafe in Evanston. Participants shared one emotion and created their painting around that word. #ArtImpactProject #CurtsCafe

December 2nd, 7:13 pm

Art Advocates facilitated the Quill Project at Curt's Cafe in Evanston. Participants shared one emotion and created their painting around that word. #ArtImpactProject #curtscafe ... See MoreSee Less

Art Impact Project is thankful for the support from donors on #GivingTuesday! Every dollar will be invested in our community through impactful programming that will enhance the emotional wellness of participants. Our work would not be possible without the generous contributions from our friends! Thank you!

If you missed GivingTuesday, have no fear! You can always donate or encourage others to donate to our non-profit organization at artimpactproject.org/donate. #ArtImpactProject

December 1st, 3:03 pm

Art Impact Project is thankful for the support from donors on #GivingTuesday! Every dollar will be invested in our community through impactful programming that will enhance the emotional wellness of participants. Our work would not be possible without the generous contributions from our friends! Thank you!

If you missed GivingTuesday, have no fear! You can always donate or encourage others to donate to our non-profit organization at artimpactproject.org/donate. #ArtImpactProject
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One easy yet impactful way for you to help Art Impact Project is to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Your likes, shares and tweets will help us get the word out about what we’re doing and how we’re helping. This will enable us to grow and reach new people — and we’ll have you to thank! Connect with us now on:

There are other ways to
spread the word about us!

Meet Brennan Long. He chose Art Impact Project for his Eagle Scout Project and built us much-needed cabinets while building awareness of our organization during his presentation. Afterward, it was our turn to use social media to give Brennan the recognition he deserved!