ABOUT E-MAKI's Home Arts Foundation
E-Maki's Art Foundation is in the process of becoming a 501(c) charitable social organization that will work towards becoming a 501(c)(3)s charitable foundation.
This non-profit is based on charity and volunteer work with the purpose of providing art therapy and bibliotherapy to kids and adolescents between the ages of 5 and 15. The non-profit seeks to encourage art, poetry and conflict resolution activities and exercises as a form of self expression, conflict resolution, healing and personal growth.
E-Maki's Art Foundation will also work towards providing volunteering opportunities to professionals in the fields of Fine Arts and Healthcare, and it will provide tax exemption to those who donate books and/or art supplies to the cause.
E-Maki's Home Arts Foundation (E-maki's Foundation) is currently a
501(c) charitable social organization that will work towards becoming a 501(c)(3)s charitable foundation.
E-maki's Foundation is currently in process of becoming a non profit based on charity and volunteer work that is dedicated to encourage expression, as means of therapy, through reading (poetry), art and creativity for underpriviledge kids between the ages of 5 to 15.
To provide workshops for underpriviledge children as a form of therapy and self expression through art and creativity.
To provide the opportunity to various art and book suppliers to be part of charity work for children and to support the arts. * Tax exemption will be provided to those donating such books and art supplies.
To open volunteer opportunities to professionals in the areas of the arts and healthcare to give back to the community by teaching a class once per week and or as needed.
I. To raise funds for the non-proft so that it can have and provide tax exemption for those involved.
II. To collect books, art supplies from various suppliers of the DC Metro area and to have various artists with BIG hearts volunteer to make it happen.
Art Suppliers and Art Chains: To collect donated art supplies from various art suppliers from the DC Metro area providing tax exemption in return.
Book Stores, Publishers and Clubs: To collect donated books for workshops
Arts and Healthcare Professionals (therapists, counselors): To provide
III. Go to Texas to visit a non-profit that is also helping underpriviledge children to see their process.
To bring books and art supplies to provide a free workshop for underpriviledge kids.
IV. To provide workshops for children at various schools as an after class activity, to churches and other non-profit and profitable organizations of the DC Metro area.
V. The workshops will be done at least once per month.