Giving back to the community
Coffee and Canvas is one of my passions. Another passion of mine, maybe even a bigger one, is giving back to the community and helping those in need through art. I had well over a hundred paintings from my Coffee and Canvas teaching adventures over the last five years. These paintings were piled high on shelves and I decided to get them in the hands of people who run or help some of my favorite Nashville non-profit programs. The non-profits listed below have paintings you can purchase to help further fund their programs! My intention is that you would take some time to read about the programs below and if you feel led make a contribution to them by purchasing a painting. Please, contact me at email@example.com if have a non-profit to tell us about in Nashville, TN or our newly added city, Buffalo, NY! Thank you.
My Canvas – The mission of MyCanvas is to offer basic art skills to at-risk youth in efforts to support identity development, healthy coping skills, and community resiliency through artistic creation and expression. Contact: Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chimes for Justice & Tennessee Justice for Our Neighbors – We provide affordable legal services to low income immigrants and their families. We have helped thousands seeking work authorization, relief from deportation, and comfort. We also train volunteers, attorneys, law students and communities of faith to help us carry out our mission and advocate for the rights of our immigrant neighbors. Contact: Richard at email@example.com
Urban Green Lab – Nashville’s nonprofit improving well-being through sustainable living. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Women’s Missionary Union of Tennessee Endowment Fund – Helping woman and children through missions ministries. Contact: Glenda at email@example.com
Moutain T.O.P – To help meet the physical, spiritual, social, and emotional needs of the people of the Cumberland Mountain region.
Nolensville Farmers’ Market – Contact Kasi at firstname.lastname@example.org