(CHARLOTTE, N.C., October 6, 2015) The Arts Empowerment Project (TAEP), a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization and a member of Mecklenburg County’s 26th Judicial District Court’s Arts and Science Collaborative Initiative, will host its inaugural fundraiser, Wednesday, October 7 at 12 Noon at Foundation for the Carolinas. The luncheon, organized by TAEP Board Chair Anjali (Maria) Arnold, will honor The Honorable Louis A. Trosch, Jr. District Court Judge, Mecklenburg County’s 26th Judicial District, Corey Mitchell, Teacher/Director Northwest School of the Arts, and Wells Fargo Bank.
“Our inaugural gala will pay tribute to those individuals and partners who have worked tirelessly on behalf of our mission: to connect children impacted by violence and at-risk children to existing arts programs in the Charlotte area”, said Founder and CEO Natalie Frazier Allen.
The host for the event will be Sheri Lynch, Co-Host of the Bob & Sheri Show on 107.9 the LINK and over 150 guests will be in attendance to support the foundation. All proceeds from the event will go towards continued funding for arts programs for the youth.
About The Arts Empowerment Project
The Arts Empowerment Project believes in the transformative power of the arts to alter the path of abused, victimized and at-risk children, and provide them with a brighter outlook for the future.
As a liaison between court-involved and at-risk youth and existing local arts and enrichment programs, we screen the children referred to us by the court and other interested parties, match their interests to the local programs best suited to meet their needs, and fund their tuition and transportation fees. The Arts Empowerment Project is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. For more information, contact Natalie Frazier Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org | 704.765.1845. www.theartsempowermentproject.org