Please join us for a volunteer orientation session. This is a brief, no-obligation meeting to learn more about our programs.
Orientations are generally held on the first Monday evening and Wednesday morning of every month at our office located at 103 West Highland Avenue in Phoenix. They last approximately one hour.
Volunteers do not have to be artists! Free Arts offers comprehensive training along with creative resources to assist you. In addition to mentoring youth in short and long-term arts programs, we also seek volunteers to offer support with special events, serve on committees or assist with office projects.
The power of artistic expression allows vulnerable children to express the fear, pain and confusion which results from the challenges they face every day. Free Arts programs build self-esteem, trust and confidence while teaching important coping skills.
For more than 20 years, Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona has brought the healing power of the creative arts to abused and homeless children. Caring adults volunteer their time in over 150 foster care group homes, shelters and treatment facilities across the Valley. Join Free Arts today and make a difference in the lives of our community's most vulnerable children.
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Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona
Since 1993, Free Arts is the only nonprofit organization in Arizona delivering creative and therapeutic arts programs to vulnerable children, ages 3 to 21 years. Free Arts offers four distinct programs and serves more than 6,000 children annually; since our inception year, we have helped more than 80,000 vulnerable children and youth. Our partnerships include 32 nonprofit human services agencies that span 100+ sites across the county, inclusive of residential treatment facilities, crisis shelters and group homes. The staff and dedicated adult volunteer mentors are proud of a nearly twenty year history that has consistently and compassionately provided high-quality programs that result in changed lives for abused and neglected children and youth.