WE NEED YOUR HELP

 

Performing Arts United (PAU) target at-risk youth and young adults that are aspiring artists in communities underserved of performing arts, to provide professional instruction and encourage artist to further their interest with exploration through Music Production, Vocal/Songwriting, Acting, Dance, Video Production. 

To provide these services in the community, Performing Arts United need assistance from national and local community support, through volunteerism and philanthropic giving, ranging from individuals, foundations, corporations, local businesses and fundraising to raise funds for equipment and instruction.

 

Did You Know That Performing Arts? 

1. Helps At Risk Youth - decreases involvement in delinquent behavior  and improve their attitude about themselves and their behavior. 

2. Students perform better academically - less drop out rates, stronger social skills and more motivation to learn. Arts is the “A” in S.T.E.A.M, contributing to S.T.E.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). 

3. Foster community engagement - facilitate intercultural understanding and building relationships. 

4. Help communities prosper - residents and businesses see lower youth crimes in their communities. 

5. College statistics - show that disadvantaged students struggling with studies often find a connection with the arts. In the arts students explore, analyze, critique and discuss different scenarios, aiding them in other subjects of learning. 

6. Helps put people to work - by investing in the arts, the public sector is fostering a skill work force of occupations, that contribute to the economic productivity. 

7. Artists - are creators, teachers, and entrepreneurs that give back to the community through instruction, art works and job creation.

 

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Performing Arts United is a 501 (c)(3) Tax Exempt Non-Profit Organization

 

         

                                                                                                                                                  

                                                                                                  

  

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