Arts & Education is supported entirely by contributions from individuals, foundations and corporations who want to support the development of performance skills, youth mastery of basic skills as well as to promote innovative media projects and learning for all ages. In 2018 we are developing programs in both Florida and in Massachusetts to improve our communities.


Ourlatest endeavor is to bring the story of "Lynn Pirates: The Hidden Treasure of Dungeon Rock" by Dale Orlando to life through guided tours working with the Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts. We are pursuing NEH funding for exhibit planning and implementation. The tale is the true story of the location of the hidden pirate treasure and what the brave Naumkeag youth, their settler friends, young captives and stowaways working together with the Squaw Sachem (Chief of the Naumkeag) did to free the slaves 200 years before Lincoln and without a war. For copies of the tale as podcasts or illustrate chapters visit


Our fiscal sponsorship of The Cancer Project video documentary will be completed this spring. Arts & Education remaining involvement in guiding production and distribution of the final video product will also conclude for this worthwhile effort.
It is important to note that A&E only undertakes projects that can be publicly supported, are safe for children and adults. We never use more than 10% of any grant funds for project administration. Most programs are administered and taught by qualified volunteers. Relying on volunteer dedication, virtual meeting spaces, social media and nearby public amenities, Arts & Education has limited overhead costs and primarily seeks donations for operational expenses. Every dollar of donations goes to achieving the outcomes you want to support.

Contributions to activities provided by Arts & Education are tax deductible. Please contact us for more information. We use PayPal as our secure giving system. We appreciate your support of our worthwhile programs.

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