Toyota Donates $100K to Local Art Non-Profits

Toyota Donates 100k to Local Art Non-Profits

Posted: Dec 1, 2020 2:11 PM
Updated: Dec 1, 2020 4:25 PM

Toyota donates $100,000 to help local four non-profit organizations in the tri-state.

Toyota of Indiana and four local arts nonprofits are collaborating on an initiative called “Accessing the Arts Anywhere,” to support online program creation execution. The four non-profits that are included in this initiative are Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, Children’s Museum of Evansville, Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science, and Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra

The program creates better access and opportunity for communities in the area to experience the arts virtually.

“We are truly grateful for Toyota’s leadership in supporting access to the arts and its vision to ensure arts access, education, diversity, equity, and inclusion to our organizations,” said the executive directors of the four organizations. “This collaboration has presented opportunities for new approaches to fulfill our missions. From virtual field trips, sending art supplies to students to outdoor concerts, we are reimagining who we are to ensure that our arts and culture community assets do not disappear.”

This is also apart of giving Tuesday in the tri-state.

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We woke up to dry and cold conditions this Tuesday morning. Unfortunately, there won’t be any drastic changes this afternoon. Increasing cloud cover will be likely as a cold northerly flow continues ushering in chilly air. Highs won’t be going very far, we’ll likely only reach the mid to upper 30s Tri-State wide. We’re tracking a little bit of winter weather out to our north and west. Skies will be mostly cloudy tonight with a chance of flurries/light rain. It won't be a big snow by any stretch, but you could see some flurries flying Tuesday night into Wednesday morning around the Tri-State. Don't expect more than a dusting, with greater chances falling north of I-64.
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