Support our ‘Make Art Big in Small Schools’ campaign!
From March until the end of May, Flying Arts will be raising funds for our Make Art Big in Small Schools campaign. During this special campaign, all donations will be matched up to $10,000 thanks to Creative Partnerships Australia’s Plus1 funding program.
Your donation will support our Small Schools Fund which allows schools with 50 students or less in regional and rural Queensland to apply for funds to support visual arts projects linked to other curriculum areas. Flying Arts has limited funds to accommodate the many schools that apply.
Your donations will help us provide enriching art experiences to more schools, more kids, more educators and more communities in 2019 and beyond!
For other payment methods, please contact us on 07 3216 1322.
How else can I help?
You can support the campaign in a variety of ways! Your assistance will make all the difference in helping us achieve our campaign goal.
- Invite your friends to follow along with our Facebook Fundraiser
- Add a frame to your existing Facebook profile picture to help spread the word, or replace your own social media profile picture with the Make Art Big in Small Schools supporter picture (right click, save, and upload to the platform of your choice)
- Update your Facebook cover photo (right click, save, and upload to Facebook)
- You can share a status or send out an email supporting the campaign!
Eg: Flying Arts is raising funds to deliver more fully-subsidised visual art projects in small schools across Queensland. Help give regional kids the same opportunities as those in the big smoke!
Please Note: Include a link to our donation page (this page!) or to our Facebook fundraiser
- Talk to your friends about the campaign and offer them a Make Art Big in Small Schools Contribution Form. You can print these out at home, and possibly display them in your workplace!
- And don’t forget to sign up to our Flying Arts eNews. We’ll be keeping you updated as our campaign progresses!
Make Art Big in Small Schools is supported by Creative Partnerships Australia through Plus1.