AhHa!Broadway’s ‘1,000 Kids’ Project Brings Technology And Arts To NYC Students
If you could change the lives of 1,000 children, would you?
The need is urgent:
Every year more of the Arts are cut from our schools.
Every week a child goes without vital creative outlets and arts education denies them a important development they’ll never get a second chance at.
Every day a child goes without a working computer or proper internet access due to infrastructure or economic realities through no fault of their own, is a day of education lost forever.
The need is real:
We have been physically isolated from family and friends during the pandemic, as well as schools, community centers and creative and learning resources and opportunities. This has pulled back the curtain on how important access to computers, strong WiFi and arts education/programming has been to ensure the well-being and success of our children – our future.
But – too many of those children are denied access to basic technology required by current educational needs and will never see arts education and programming vital for well-rounded development. From the time children develop motor skills, they rely on the arts to learn how to communicate. Arts are a great collaborative experience and teach us to critically think, empathize, and understand the human condition.
The solution is you:
We’re working to do just that. Even in the largest US school system (NYC), many kids still can’t access programs or technology they need. We’ve jumped in to make sure computers/WiFi & arts education programming get to underserved children. Starting with 1,000 kids.
It’s a big job and we need your help.
AhHa!Broadway is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.