Join our circle of supporters dedicated to the legacy of Harlem School of the Arts and help us to continue to transform the lives of children through art!
Your 100% tax-deductible donation supports our work:
|$5,000||Fund a talented student in our HSA Prep Program|
|$2,500||Underwrite a need-based financial aid scholarship|
|$1,000||Give violin lessons to a student for one year|
|$500||Buy art supplies for one visual arts class|
|$100||Provide recorders for 30 public school students|
|$50||Purchase a costume for a student's time in the spotlight|
Ways to Give:
Make a secure online donation by clicking on the icons above. For other donation amounts download our Donation Form and provide us with your payment information.
Donate by Phone
Contact the Development Department at 212.926.4100 x310 with your credit card information. HSA accepts American Express, MasterCard, VISA and Discover.
Donate by Mail or Fax
Print out the Donation Form and fax to 212.926.5743 or mail the form with a check made payable to Harlem School of the Arts to:
Attn: Development Department
The Harlem School of the Arts
645 Saint Nicholas Avenue
New York, NY 10030
Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) relies on the generosity of donors to keep our tuition low for the community we serve, which includes Harlem, all 5 boroughs and as far as Connecticut and New Jersey. Our students depend on HSA to provide them with quality arts education in music, dance, theatre and visual arts, the finest teachers, adequate facilities, musical instruments and arts supplies, and over $425,000 in financial aid and scholarships each year. For many of our students, HSA is their only access to the arts in their lives. HSA, in turn, depends on a broad spectrum of generous donors. Every gift, no matter the size, helps us make a far-reaching impact on the vitality of arts in America and the lives of HSA’s students. Help us continue to make the arts accessible and affordable for every one of the nearly 4,000 children we serve each year!
Your generous donation will be a very special gift. You can make a difference:
By giving the gift of accomplishment. Many more children will develop confidence in their talent and, most of all, in their important as human beings.
By giving the gift of opportunity. Children with undeveloped artistic ability will discover skills to use for life.
By giving the gift of pride. Children and seniors at HSA – indeed, the entire Harlem community – will receive the positive attention they need and deserve.
The Harlem School of the Arts makes dreams come true every day. Not often in a lifetime does one have an opportunity to do so much for so many. You can make the dream come true.