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Your donation makes transformational experiences available to students like William, who has participated in LCA’s violin program at a Michigan City public school for four years. Many people don’t even know we have a violin program. William lights up when asked about playing the violin. His mother Robin writes, "He came home from his first lesson and begged for his own violin, asking every other day. It was the only thing he wanted for his birthday. He got his wish. He sits in his room and just loves to play, it is truly a beautiful thing." She continues, “Without Lubeznik Center’s generous gift of the violin lessons, we never would have known the extent of the benefits of Will playing the violin; everything from improved self-esteem, confidence, desire to learn more, improvement in school and to further enrich his love of music. This program fills a void in the community.”
Cultural arts experiences should not be a privilege made only accessible to those who can afford them. As funding for the arts wanes, individual donations are vital to sustain art programs for students who would otherwise not have access to them. It costs $500 a year to provide the violin program to William. He is just one of the 2000 students we serve each year with our visual and performing art programs. Make a year-end gift to LCA now to help William and kids like him succeed -- regardless of their ability to pay.
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supports scholarships to the LCA’s art classes for youth. It was initiated by Paul Marshall, in honor of his late wife and former LCA director, Dolly Marshall. Dolly had a life long belief that arts education for children was crucial to their development. In partnership with LCA, The Dolly Marshall Memorial Fund at Lubeznik Center for the Arts was created.