*items needed are not limited to what is listed but instead a generalization to give donors an idea of the programs' most basic, physical needs.
The following programs will be available within 9 months of funding.
All programs will be age appropriate, with each child's safety, enjoyment and education in mind.
Since the children we target are very low to moderate income CAC will need to provide nutritous snacks, beverages and
Everyone is an ARTIST!
A tri-weekly program for ages 5-12 that includes tapping the artist within every children through a variety of mediums.
Learning the basics of painting, ceramics, sewing, and bead work will highlight
this session in a nuturing, diversity-celebrating atmosphere.
Children will be introduced to the multitude of American artists from
African-American, Asian-American, Caucasian-American, Native-American, South American (Hispanic/Latin), as well as Indian-American
artists who have contributed to our rich culture.
11 sewing machines
scissors (safety and adult)
A fun and creative outlet where children would be
encouraged to recreate short plays and skits as well
as use their vivid imaginations to create stories and
poetry in motion, make and decorate stage settings
and most importantly express themselves through
comedy, music and drama.
For ages 7-16; to be held bi-weekly.
story books (age appropriate)
poetry books (age appropriate)
11 PCs with, DVD editing and media capability
script writing software
popular music (age appropriate and non-graphic)
Burn, Baby, Burn
Healthy, yummy easy to follow basic cooking and baking lessons for kids taught by sucessful, loving
bakery and restaurant owners. This fun, insightful
class will teach children ways to safely and effectively
prepared cooked and raw food items for themselves
using low cost, easily accessible foods. The children
will also be taught smart shopping techniques, how to
grow their own herbs and veggies, kitchen hygiene and safety measures and proper food storage.
For ages 5-12 one day each week and ages 13-16
gardening and cultivation equipment
non perishable food items
Children attending any CAC programs will need to be qualified and enrolled by a parent or legal guardian
prior to attendance.