Larkin Dance Studio and their students’ families have once again shown their generosity by donating dance wear to Trifecta Arts, a non-profit organization that provides free ballet classes for children. Earlier in the year, the studio collected over 60 gently used leotards from the dancers at the studio. With new sessions beginning in Puerto Rico […]
Trifecta Arts supports and advances performing and visual arts education for children in underserved communities around the world by connecting students, teachers and donors.
FACT: ARTS EDUCATION ENLIVENS MINDS
Limited Financial Resources
Underfunding for Teachers
Limited Facilities, Capacity & Reach
Unaware of Benefits
Provide Classes, Teachers & Supplies
Leverage Abundance & Make Connections
Fund Performances or Art Displays
Create New Pathways
YOU CAN HELP SPREAD THE WEALTH
It doesn't take much... A little donation goes a long way. Maybe your dance studio's students would like to donate their costumes to another school in Indonesia. Or maybe you're a past musician with some extra instruments in your basement that would be more appreciated by a child in Africa. Are you in school and looking for a fun summer travel gig? Volunteer to be a teacher! Have you enjoyed the benefits of the life skills gained through practicing ballet? Your financial donation helps spread the gift.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Trifecta Arts operates on philanthropic contributions from organizations and people like you. Your donations help us expand to new countries and build new programs all over the world so that we may reach more people in need.
Join the Trifecta Arts team of volunteers to support our initiatives worldwide. We're always seeking teachers, choreographers and others with a passion for arts education. Let us know how you'd like to help!
Another way you can help is by sharing Trifecta Arts' mission with your friends and family. You never know who has a passion for the arts and educating our youth. The larger our audience, the greater our impact.
NEWS AND EVENTS
From School to Stage
Picture this: a bunch of kids from Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, gathered in a spare classroom with their eyes wide open and their legs wobbly, trying to imitate the graceful moves of their ballet teacher, Anne Koho. They were wearing t-shirts, sweatpants and socks, and the room was far from being a grand stage, but […]
Dancing in a Yurt Beats Dancing in the Dirt
The students at Escuela Waldorf Micael were ready to plié, pirouette, and jeté when Trifecta Arts, a nonprofit on a mission to bring the arts to underserved communities worldwide, arrived on their doorstep to turn up the dance heat in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico! From September 2021 to May 2022, free weekly ballet classes were added […]