ART THAT MOVES THE WORLD
From our nationally-recognized Good Vibrations program to our Beat of the Street newspaper for the homeless community, the innovative programming at Charter Oak Cultural Center is sustained by a diverse community of dedicated supporters.
Consider joining the Charter Oak community today by making a gift, signing up to receive email updates, following us on social media, volunteering with one of our award-winning programs, or any combination of these!
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We count on the generosity of our community to make Charter Oak’s award-winning programming a reality for children and families in Hartford. Consider making a gift today.
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Charter Oak Cultural Center
21 Charter Oak Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
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The support of donors allows us to continue our vital work.
Many donors choose to make a gift through a donor-advised fund while others choose to make a gift of stock, bonds or cash equivalents. If you would like to make gift of stock or through a donor-advised fund, please contact LaurieL@CharterOakCenter.org or call 860-310-2580.
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Charter Oak’s work is also dependent upon the generosity of our volunteers.
Our Youth Arts Institute and Beat of the Streets programs are always in need of compassionate, hard-working members of the community. To get involved, reach out below or call 860-310-2580.
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“Moishe Teichman to Arthur Murray” Virtual Talk with Duby McDowell
https://youtu.be/w1xe8MNjjE4 Enjoy these images that accompany Duby's talk.