Art For The People would like to thank our supporters:

  • The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region
  • Christopher W. Brown & Mimi Conger Fund of the Alexandria Community Trust
  • Jerry Easom -Syniverse Technologies
  • The Takoma Foundation Fund of the Montgomery County Community Foundation
  • The City of Takoma Park
  • The City of Takoma Park Public Works
  • Ace Hardware in Takoma Park for tending the rain garden on Westmoreland Avenue
  • The Maryland State Arts Council
  • The Washington Post
  • Jim & Carol Trawick Foundation
  • The Ruth McCormick Tankersley Charitable Trust
  • Private donation in memory of Joseph and March Schultz
  • Old Town Business Association
  • Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin
  • The Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County
  • "Evening For Robbin"
  • Friends of Robbin Collins
  • The Carl M. Freeman
  • F.A.C.E.S. Grant
  • The Minerva Foundation
  • Charie Pilzer and Airshow Mastering
  • The Community of Takoma Park

Art For The People now has a scholarship fund, the Judith Graebner Educational Fund. Donations to this fund will help low income people study art. Donors have included Community Ministries of Montgomery County and Congressman Albert Wynn. The first recipient was a man from Interfaith Works (Community Vision) adult shelter, in Silver Spring.

We have been asked to return to every location where we have presented projects.

Art For The People's aims include:
Expanding and diversifying our teaching staff,
Continuing to provide well-managed workshops and high quality activities,
Continuing to advocate for, and implement, meaningful art projects that contribute to the well-being of the communities they serve.
The many, many individual donations we receive are appreciated and invaluable. AFTP also accepts donations of art supplies and works with volunteers.