TAC in the Community.
“When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.”
― Maya Angelou
TAC in the Community
The Art Center’s service to the community earned us the honor of receiving the 2009 Art of Caring Award from HandsOn Jacksonville.
We strive to give our time and talents to better our community through both partnerships with local charities and our own privately developed and funded programs. Our community service projects include but are not limited to:
Some of the events in which TAC members have participated, both as an organization and/or on an individual basis would include:
Our work in the Community 2020:
It's Elementary that Art Teachers need Supplies
TAC raised $4000 and provided 200 elementary students with art supplies.
It’s Elementary - that Duval ART TEACHERS need supplies (Why this was so important)
COVID 19 has really impacted Jacksonville students, particularly the arts programs. The Art Center cooperative has contacted a number of schools to see how we can help. We immediately heard back from a number of art teachers, desperate for art supplies for the new school year. The virus has impacted them is a number of ways:
We Reached: $4001
Fundraising Dates: 9/1/2020 – 10/15/2020
Other Community Outreach Projects in prior years:
In October 2009, The Art Center created and hosted its first charity event, Artsy Bras, to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure and The Donna Foundation.
In an effort to give back to the community, The Art Center has in the past provided murals free of charge (not including supplies) to enhance the property of non-profit organizations. Due to the high volume of requests and limited resources, we have implemented a mural request policy. If you are a 501(c)(3) organization and desire to have a mural, please complete the following form and a board member from TAC will contact you to discuss the terms of the agreement. Download the Mural Request Form Below.
Murals in 2011:
Murals in 2010:
For more information about our community service programs, please contact Annelies Dykgraaf at email@example.com