Art With a Heart in Healthcare

Registered Name
Art With a Heart in Healthcare Inc
Tax ID
26-1313805

Overview

Founded in 2007, Art With a Heart in Healthcare is an arts, culture & humanities nonprofit focused on arts & culture. It is a relatively small organization, with $375k in revenue and 3 employees. Art With a Heart in Healthcare is headquartered in Jacksonville, FL and its president is Brooks Cannon as of December, 2018.

Financials

$294k
Annual Budget
December 2018
+4% Growth
Program Spending
84%
Fundraising Spending
4%
Management Spending
12%

Programs

Artists in Residence Program

$149k

Art with a heart employs professional artists and engages students and other volunteers to regularly interact with patients at the wolfson children's hospital and nemours children's clinic in jacksonville, florida. This team of artists makes regular visits to the hospital's pediatric intensive care, oncology, dialysis, emergency room, and behavioral health units. The artists create art sessions individualized to meet the needs of each patient with the purpose of assisting in their healing process. The organization's office space has been donated for this program and is valued at 11,954 for 2018.

Grants, Projects and Fee for Service Programs

$97.5k

1. Art-to-go bags is a program sponsored by friends of catie cares and others to provide children, who participate in the art with a heart program, a special bag filled with various art supplies to take home from the hospital. 2. I am: expressions of arts in healing is an initiative sponsored by the woodcock foundation that adds creative writing and music to the arts curriculum for pediatric patients. 3. Provide contract artist services to behavioral health unit sponsored by the hall-halliburton foundation. 4. Provide artist in residence services for nemours sponsored by tom coughlin jay fund. 5. Provide contract artist and program services for critically ill children sponsored by the cummer family foundation. 6. Provide contract artist and related program management for critically ill children sponsored by the state of florida division of cultural affairs. 7. Provide for expenses related to moca art show and display featuring artwork of children serviced by the program sponsored by first tennessee bank. 8. Other contract artists, art supplies and special projects sponsored by various charitable grants and fee for service programs including mayo clinic at san pablo and mayo clinic at st. Vincents ascension.

Leadership

Judith Powell Treasurer
Kacey Roache Secretary
Laird Myers Director
Hillary Whitaker Director
Casey Andeer Director
Bonnie Hayflick Director
Bebe Alexander Director
Brooks Cannon President
Source: IRS 990