Who's Who Charity in the Arts 2018 - 2019

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Young At Art Museum751 SW 121 Ave. Davie FL 33325About Charity: Young At Art Museum enriches the community through artistic, interactive experiences for all ages. This state-of-the-art, AAM accredited, Gold-LEED certified museum serves as the epicenter of cultural arts education with five exhibition galleries, the YAA Institute professionally equipped studios for drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking and digital art and film as well as a Preschool and Teen Center. YAA’s community initiatives include ArtREACH, a mentoring program for children living in homeless shelters; ArtHouse for low-income residents of Northwest Gardens; Girls N’ Power, an arts-based empowerment program with PACE Center of Broward; and YAA, serving children, teens and adults with autism.More Details
Youth Automotive Training Center399 SW Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Deerfield Beach FL 33441About Charity: The mission of the Youth Automotive Training Center is to train and educate at-risk youth in basic automotive repair skills, academic remediation, job readiness and life management skills. The goal of this program is to prepare young adults who are at a disadvantage in their lives to become self-sufficient, productive and law-abiding citizens. Founded by automotive pioneer and philanthropist Jim Moran, YATC has been steering at-risk youth toward brighter futures since 1984. With a success rate of more than 90 percent, most graduates are employed or continuing their education. YATC continues to offer support to more than 700 graduates and their families.More Details