Thank you to these supportive community organizations!
Thank You to Our 2020 Supporters!
Thanks to all of ArtHeart’s supporters and friends who helped to provide the resources needed to make ArtHeart projects and programs possible in 2020!
Volunteers and Student Placements
72 people contributed a combined total of 4783 hours in volunteer service to arts programs and administration to ArtHeart through the year at a value of: $114,792. (based on the standardly practiced formula of $24/hr. per volunteer hour).
In 2020, the value of donations in-kind were $2,075 for art supplies and materials, and for meals and snacks: $10,663. (Daily Bread Food Bank and Second Harvest) for a total value of: $12,738.
Student Placements at ArtHeart 2020
George Brown College
3 student placements in Social Service Worker Program
1 student placement in Social Service Worker Program
6 student placements in Education; 4 in Capstone Program
University of Toronto
4 student placements in Medicine, 6 in Alternative Reading Week
1 MA Child and Youth Care
25 Student Placements contributed 727 hours
Foundations, Corporations & Government
Axia Investments Inc.
Lewis Cohen Family Foundation
Marjorie and Joseph Wright Memorial Foundation
McLean Smits Foundation
Nathan and Lily Silver Family Foundation
Ontario Arts Foundation
PayPal Giving Fund
Sienna Film Sorts
TD Volunteer Grant
University of Toronto: Alternative Reading Week
Children and Youth Arts Program
Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario
Harry A. Newman Foundation
Johansen Larsen Foundation
Children & Youth Arts & Family Arts Programs
Alice & Murray Maitland Foundation
Catherine & Maxwell Meighen Foundation
TD Canada Trust
Art Activity Kits
Canada Gives Foundation- Robert & Kelly Green
Children & Youth Hunger Program
Pathways to Education
Youth Employment and Arts Education Program
State Street Foundation
Family Arts Program & Art Activity Kits
Fairlawn Avenue United Church
Indigenous Arts & Telephone Donations
Gift of Securities
3Macs, a division of Raymond James Ltd.: R. Hart
Covid Relief for Staff Fund
Funding of $2,100 from Mazon Canada provided 350 nutritious meals for adults, seniors and families from the Regent Park community. Many of our participants are living at or below the poverty line and providing food support during these challenging times is essential.