Projects

Puerto Rico: Hurricane Relief 2017:

Taylor Foundation for the Arts's Disaster Relief Initiative Project 2017, Puerto Rico- Hurricane Relief .

The Taylor Foundation for the Arts, its staff members and volunteers gathered to help organize and disseminate needed goods for the victims of hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Puerto Rico: Hurricane Relief 2017

Activities:

  • Aligned and hosted volunteers from Home Depot , UPSTurner Network Broadcasting, and ReMax to help “Puerto Ricovery’s” efforts to aid the victims of hurricanes Irma and Maria 
  • Provided 30 volunteers to assist with packaging of food and needed supplies 
  • Donated office space, volunteers, and resources to serve as ground-zero for organizing and needed disaster relief efforts 
  • Fundraised $1,000.00 for Puerto Ricovery to assist with transportation and needed equipment rentals necessary to provide aid to victims of Caribbean Hurricanes


 

Welcome - Girls in Action Group

Girls in Action

Self-Empowerment Course for Pre-teen and Teen Girls

The objective of this course is to empower girls with valuable life skills in order to achieve their full potential. The course is based on the belief that every girl deserves to love herself mentally, physically, and spiritually, and to have opportunities that allow her to make choices that benefit herself, her family, and her community. Research shows that girls who are engaged in positive activities such as school, sports, or prevention/intervention programs are more likely to complete middle and high school, attend college, positively serve their communities, and reach their potential for future success than their peers who are not involved.


As girls begin to form their sense of self and their own opinions during their impressionable pre- teen years, they are bombarded with messages from numerous cultural and social influences, including from their parents, family, siblings, friends, peers, teachers, extra-curricular activity leaders, and from the media. Also, child development research has revealed that children begin to conceptualize gender, racial, and ability differences and begin to show signs of influence by societal norms and biases within their third year of life; therefore, it is crucial that children at the formative juncture between childhood and teen years receive consistent mentor-ship, support, and guidance. The goal of working with girls at the critical ages of 8 to 16 is to help them build self-esteem, develop life skills, and develop positive motivations so they are equipped with the tools to help them achieve their goals and avoid getting into trouble.

About The Instructor: Denisa Millette is a psych trauma assessment specialist and a wellness coach whose mission and passion in life is to help children and their parents find a safe path to ultimate emotional wellbeing.  Denisa holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology and she has been conducting psychological evaluations as well as specialized trauma assessments of children, teens, and adults in a private psychological practice since 2001.  Denisa has been recognized as an expert witness in child abuse and trauma cases in juvenile and superior courts across GA.  As a wellness coach, her main focus is on aiding her clients on their road to emotional recovery by using safe, effective, and non-drug treatment strategies. You can visit her at http://www.denisamillette.com



Knight's Legend Dances

A fusion of Arabian rhythms mixes with the dynamic spirit of Michael Jackson's  

legendary musical legacy. "Knight's Legend Dances" infuses a medley of dance performances with musical and martial artists of exceptional skill.

 Taylor Foundation for the Arts' Knight's Legend Dances was filled with joy and bursting with pure energy. With over 600 people in attendance, performers from twelve countries eloquently and gracefully displayed their incredible skill. These talented athletes and artists ranged in age from six years of age to sixty years of age.

TFA Instructor Valerie Bencosme

Hundreds gathered in support of performing family members, friends, colleagues and loved ones. With proceeds benefiting the Taylor Foundation for the Art's mission to improve community wellness through education in and practice of art forms, the lives of countless individuals were touched and powerfully impacted!



Students Of Ban Koh Nok Elementary

Thailand: Children’s Relief 2017

Taylor Foundation for the Arts's Global Outreach Initiative Project 2017, Thailand- Children's Relief

TFA's multinational project was hosted by Ban Koh Nok Elementary School, Phang Nga Province. A total of 67 students ranging from 4-12 years of age became the recipients of  TFA's introductory international relief effort!

The Taylor Foundation for the Arts, its staff members and international volunteers aimed to improve the overall wellness of this small community through health education, nutritional intervention and preliminary medical checkups.


The lives of these brilliant little ones have been touched by your efforts and that of the countless individuals who've selflessly contributed to this project and its success.

Activities:

  • Scholarships (10 students)
  • Basic Health Check Up by Thung Ma Praw Health Promoting Hospital
  • Lunch sponsored by 88 cafe'& restaurant
  • First Aid Boxes
  • Gifts
  • Games 


Girl Playing Violin

Our Mission

To improve community wellness through education in and
practice of art forms

To contribute to global outreach assistance

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