Restore a sense of belonging.

Give more veterans access to community & the arts.

Right now we’re seeing the impact humor, art, and writing can have in the lives of veterans and military families all over the country. The attendance numbers show a glimpse of how veterans are rediscovering the bonds of service, but their words reveal the true impact of the creative arts on confidence, resiliency, self-acceptance, and a sense of belonging.

Give the gift of healing through art to a veteran today.

Your donation transforms lives.

$500

For $500, you give one veteran-artist the chance to complete an 8-week class with ASAP.

$250

For $250, you give one veteran-artist the chance to complete a weekend arts workshop.

$100

For $100, you give one veteran-artist the chance to complete one week of an ASAP arts class.

$50

For $50, you buy a package of arts materials for a Fundamentals of Drawing student.

Why give now?

The end of US military operations in Afghanistan is escalating the needs of the veteran community at an alarming rate. Those who were already vulnerable are now at greater risk of retraumatization as the withdrawal is triggering PTSD and driving setbacks to individuals’ recovery.

With the increasing number of returning veterans, an inclusive, welcoming, and affirming community is critical to the sense of self, belonging, and purpose after military service. You can prevent the cycle of isolation by adding seats for more veterans to our classrooms.

Our bravest men and women are counting on us to give them the best chance at thriving after they’ve made immeasurable sacrifices on our account.

This is your call to action.

Make it count.

  • Armed Services Arts Partnership is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
  • Gifts are 100% tax-deductible
  • All donations are processed securely
  • As a donor, you’ll get updates on how your gift helps veterans attend classes
  • Any amount you give can help ease the transition to civilian life and provide peer support for veterans who are struggling amidst the withdrawal from Afghanistan