Living Arts receives $540,000 commitment to support early childhood outcomes in Detroit Living Arts Detroit

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Living Arts, a Detroit nonprofit that brings high quality and year-round arts education to the city’s youth, has received several multi-year grants totaling over a half million dollars to support the expansion of Detroit Wolf Trap, a program that will provide intensive professional development, mentoring and coaching for Detroit area early childhood educators, parents, and caregivers by introducing them to proven performing arts-integration strategies through classroom residences and professional development workshops.
The contributing organizations — Community Foundation for Southeast MichiganFred A. and Barbara M. Erb FoundationKresge Foundation, and W.K. Kellogg Foundation — will provide long-term classroom residences for children ages 3 months to Kindergarten.