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Center for Arts-Inspired Learning 10917 Magnolia Dr., Cleveland, OH 44106.

Call the Development Office today at 216.561.5005 x 10. Thank you for supporting Center for Arts-Inspired Learning. 

Make a difference in a child’s life

Every child in every school has the right to a well-rounded education, of which the arts are an essential ingredient. The arts promote the health and well-being of children, including academic and personal growth, critical thinking skills and analytical skills, and the motivation to stay in school and excel. Make a donation and help provide quality arts education in Northeast Ohio for every child, every day. Only 16% of our annual operating budget is derived from fees paid by schools and educational service organizations. The rest is secured through corporate and foundation grants and generous individual donors like you. Please donate now and make your gift today. Join us and the other generous contributors who believe in the power of arts education to enrich lives of young people.

VISIONARY: $10,000 or more

Provide for a year-long artistic residency for the entire grade level of a school.


Give children the gift of an after school program: one artist for a semester-long engagement with an arts component, tutoring, and a safe place for kids to be in the late afternoon.

LEADER: $2,500

Help students create a beautiful mural for their school with a donation that will pay for a teaching artist and the materials to create a lasting art project.

PATRON: $1,000

Preschool programming, such as The Wiggle Jig, an early childhood dance program that engages young learners in essential pre-literacy, pre-math, pre-science, and cultural literacy skill building.


Provide either teacher development programs or an artistic performance for an entire school.


Supports a whole school performance for children in Northeast Ohio.


Provides a teaching artist for a classroom of 30 students.


Provides supplies to workshops.