Our Nonprofit Friends

The following organizations are also resources for families wanting to provide their children with affordable arts instruction.

Arts Collinwood:

Helping children to see and shape their world in creative ways.

Building bridges and unifying a diverse community.

Beautifying our surroundings and encouraging stewardship.

Bettering our neighborhood economically and culturally.

Art House:

The purpose is to provide high quality visual and creative arts classes for people of all ages and skill levels. The goal is to enrich the lives of those that live in our community, to encourage and strengthen the careers of local artists, and to promote learning through the arts.

Rainey Institute

At Rainey Institute the arts are a tool to help young minds with reading, writing and math. Young people develop a work ethic, honesty, self-discipline, persistence, compassion, teamwork and a respect for others. At Rainey they spend their time productively and apply their talents thoughtfully. They learn to be “on stage” even when they’re not performing. Rainey trains individuals to become productive c

ontributors to every phase of society and in their chosen profession.

Broadway School of Music

The Broadway School of Music & the Arts is a community school committed to enriching the lives of people by providing access to high-quality, diverse arts and music instruction and programming.

Foluké

The mission of this non-profit community-based organization is to offer exposure to and instruction in the performing arts, visual arts, and arts education for all ages regardless of race, religious affiliation, or economic background. The concept is based on choosing ART as weapon against poverty, racism, and discrimination. The goal is to provide youth positive alternatives to negative behaviors by instilling self-pride and boosting self confidence through self-expression, self-discovery, and discipline.

Passport Project

Providing exciting education experiences that build community through the arts, encourage respect for diversity and rejection of racism and negative bias, and inspire a passion for learning and the global community.

Sponsors:

  • Cityworks
  • Neighborhood Connections
  • Ohio Arts Council
  • Northern Ohio Golf Charities Foundation, Inc.


Joyful Noise Serves:

Families who can’t afford
music lessons

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Children ages 3–13

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Parents

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Partner Organizations

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The Community

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The Music Teachers

Our program is free, but we can’t do it without the help of our many generous volunteers and funders.

Ric Wilberg, Executive Director • 10616 Linnet, Cleveland, OH 44111 • [email protected]