Eco-Craftastic Summer Sponsorship Form!
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, many in-person summer camps and arts educational opportunities that support children’s learning outside of school have been cancelled or dramatically modified. That is why, in July and August of 2020, Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse is hosting Eco-Craftastic Summer: Off the Screen and Out Into the World!

The Eco-Craftastic Summer is a four-week virtual club designed to minimize screen time for kids and adults while providing activities that foster hands-on skills, build confidence, and encourage participants to make a positive impact on their environment and their relationships. By reusing and repurposing the unique reclaimed materials that come directly from Creative Reuse, the activities will emphasize observation, reflection, curiosity, problem-solving, and playfulness.

This is where you come in! Offering these experiences to low-income youth, kids in single-parent households, and families without childcare would not be possible without your generous support. If you would like to sponsor a kid's participation in the club, please fill out this form! We will get back to you as soon as possible with details about how to make your donation. We are a nonprofit and your donation may be tax deductible, so please see your tax advisor for details. For questions, contact melissa@pccr.org.
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Your sponsorship of $50 will provide one child with crafting materials for a week’s worth of activities, such as paper, fabric, and attachment materials for making a notebook or sketchbook for documenting club activities.
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Your sponsorship of $100 will provide one child with two weeks of crafting materials, such as corks, wood, imagery, markers, and glue for activities such as “Build a Bug” or “Postcards to the Ocean.”
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Your sponsorship of $150 will provide a teen with three weeks of materials for redesigning “Empty Lots,” a project in which participants reimagine an unused urban space with the local environment in mind, and visualize their design using a 3D diorama made from reclaimed materials.
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Your sponsorship of $200 will enable a child to participate in all four weeks of the Eco-Craftastic Summer, providing all the materials to “Hack a Backpack,” build a personal flower press for preserving local flora, and learn the basics of sewing.
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I'm interested in sponsoring a different amount! I'd like you to email me so we can chat about it.
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