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Adopt-a-Group

The Art Therapy Project is the only organization in New York City dedicated solely to providing art therapy at no cost to underserved populations who have experienced trauma. We need your help in order to meet the demand for services. Our program provides a proven therapeutic approach and creative outlet to help heal the most challenged populations. It is designed to help people get back on their feet, teach coping skills, relieve stress and give clients a chance to become engaged, active members of their communities.

A client said this recently about being part of one of our art therapy groups, “I have found an organization that has allowed me to explore and give voice to emotions that I had been holding in for so long. I have been given a new lease on life."

When funding runs low, who should we turn down: the request for additional services for homeless female veterans? We can't do that. The request for a new group for sexually abused boys in middle school? We can't do that. Or, how about the shelter for homeless teenagers; we can't tell them no.

Please consider joining our Adopt-a-Group Campaign. You can choose the population you wish to support or the number of sessions you wish to sponsor.

Choose a Population:

 
Female Veterans
Male Veterans
Sexual Assault Survivors
At-Risk Youth
Court-Involved Youth
Youth with Complex Medical Issues
Homeless
9/11 Survivors
Survivors of Torture
Wherever needed most

Choose your option:

 
Adopt an on-going group for one year: $10,000
Adopt an on-going group for six months: $5,000
Adopt a summer youth group: $2,500
Adopt # _____ Sessions: $300/each

Choose Your Donation Amount
Choose which Group to Support

The generosity of Group and Session Adopters will be recognized in The Art Therapy Project Annual Report and on our website.
For more information, please contact Martha Dorn, Executive Director at 212.592.2755 or martha@thearttherapyproject.org.

"To know that I am NOT the only one who has similar feelings and emotions regarding my service has allowed me to come out of my self-imposed isolation."