Lynn Museum/LynnArts Receives $15,000 Operating Grant from Someone Else’s Child Foundation
Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts is excited to announce they have received an operating grant from Someone Else’s Child Foundation, totaling $15,000. These funds will support the organization’s accessible family-focused programming, including school vacation weeks and free family days, the paid-youth internship program, and staffing during 2023.
Someone Else’s Child Foundation addresses disparities by connecting youth with consistent opportunities to live, learn, grow, and engage as contributing members of their communities to create systematic change. With an emphasis on education, arts, economic justice, and children with disabilities, Someone Else’s Child looks to break the cycle of inequity through innovative and shared approaches that empower youth to learn, grow, and fulfill their potential to live meaningful lives.
They also emphasize youth involvement in their own communities, providing opportunities for children and their loved ones to serve others through volunteerism while cultivating empathy, personal growth, and confidence—what they call Kids-Helping-Kids. To widen their impact, they collaborate with like-minded nonprofit organizations, foundations, schools, and community agencies. They actively seek out opportunities to thoughtfully expand the scope and impact of Someone Else’s Child Foundation through partnerships that enhance their mission to champion young people.
We are thrilled and grateful to have the support and partnership of Someone Else’s Child Foundation, which has contributed to several Lynn-based nonprofits over the years.