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Help us Bring Art to our Community and our Kids

With the support of these generous funders and organizations who support our Art in the Community programs, we are able to deliver exciting arts experiences to our diverse community free of charge to over 1,700 students since 2012.

Program Funders

  • Art4Moore Fund of Tides Foundation
  • Berkeley Association of Realtors
  • California Arts Council
  • Chamberlin Family Foundation
  • City of Richmond
  • East Bay Community Foundation
  • El Sobrante Art Guild, Ken Jacobson
  • Irene S. Scully Family Foundation
  • Kaiser Permanente Foundation
  • Kinder Morgan Foundation
  • The Kirby Fund
  • Koshland Program
  • Red Oak Opportunity Fund
  • Savin Foundation
  • Soroptimist Club of Richmond
  • Sui Generis Foundation
  • Thomas Long Foundation
  • Veolia Mitigation Fund

Study after study has proven the importance of the arts in keeping kids in school and increasing graduation rates, especially for young people in low-income communities.

When you make a tax-deductible donation to or sponsor our Art in the Community program, you help us teach more of our city’s next generation and build a stronger community. As a nonprofit organization, we depend on financial support from many sources, including the City of Richmond, foundations, individuals and businesses.

If you are interested in making a financial contribution to support our Art in the Community programs, please contact Rachel Schaffran at or 510.620.5543.

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Richmond Art Center
2540 Barrett Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804

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