Time and money are always in short supply. Whether you contribute your services or make a financial donation, your support is invaluable to our success and helps transform lives through the power of art and ideas.
One Reel is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
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We depend on the kindness of strangers to bring Pianos In The Parks to life and to provide local artists with a platform to share their creative journeys through ARTSAVESME.
Each of these programs provides much-needed funding to local artists to create new works for public engagement and encourages community participation.
In 2019, Pianos In The Parks was relaunched and became Seattle’s first-of-a-kind community platform to embrace hyper-local programming AND empower individual neighborhoods to work collectively to produce a successful, city-wide public art & music event for residents and visitors.
ARTSAVESME has funded works from local artists Ten Hundred and Tariqa Waters. Both artists were given a public platform to explore the transformational impact of art on their lives and to share their creative journey with their community. And there are more on the way!
Click the button below make a personal donation to One Reel.
Or contact with One Reel’s development director, Wendy Fairbanks, to discuss corporate matching opportunities and underwriting.
All donations to One Reel are tax deductible.
Volunteers have a unique opportunity to experience One Reel events from the inside out.
Their contributions are instrumental to Bumbershoot, Pianos In The Parks, ARTSAVESME, and more.
Please contact us to learn about how you can get involved in One Reel events, year-round!
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Your donation can give the the gift of the Bumbershoot experience to underserved youth and their families. This program is made possible through patrons like you and through partnerships with Art with Heart, Arts Corps, Totem Star, and Umoja Peace Center.
"Arts Corps would like to thank every individual who donates toward tickets on the behalf of these deserving families. It’s encouraging to know that we have allies in our desire to provide access to the transformative power of the arts.
-Tina LaPadula, Arts Corps Education Director