Prescott Center for the Arts Volunteer Services to the community

    On behalf of the staff and our Board of Directors, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your kind and thoughtful words of appreciation and support as we navigate through these rough waters together. And we WILL get through this, together. Our Youth Scholarship Competition will go on, our visual arts work will continue to be on display, and our performers will continue to perform, all in unique and different ways. This critical time requires critical creative thinking. We care about your mental health as well as your physical health and we know that the arts brings out the best in us and can be inspirational and uplifting in times of need. And we are here to serve. One example will be our revised newsletter we will be launching on Wednesday that will provide you with exciting programming opportunities for your online viewing and fun and new ways to stay connected to the arts. Our new website features will make it easier to stay informed and keep up with what’s happening here at PCA and in our community.
    With our new initiative, PCA Serves, our efforts are starting to be realized. So far, we have reached over 2500 patrons with our calling campaign. We still have several thousand to go! We are here for you if you need us. We have an amazing group of volunteers ready to help with a prescription pick up or an errand run. Even if it’s something we can’t personally ‘deliver on’ we will do our best to guide you in the right direction for help. We continue to receive updates daily on where folks can go for help and it is our honor to help you with any questions you may have. If you are in need of something to be delivered to your home, please know that our volunteers will be following the health and safety guidelines recommended by the Yavapai County Health Department.
    Prescott Center for the Arts mission is to create opportunities for the greater community to engage in and experience all facets of the arts. It is our hope that when we all come together again we will have learned from this experience better ways to communicate not only what we are doing here at Prescott Center for the Arts, but better ways we can work together with our community partners and more meaningful ways to serve our volunteers and community that has been there for us for these past 50 years.

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