Passionate about a specific program at MPAC? Whether you would like to provide financial aid for arts education students in need of assistance, or you’re passionate about extending the arts to children with autism and special needs through MPAC’s Miracle Project, MPAC provides opportunities for you to earmark a donation towards a program of your choosing.
The Miracle Project is an evidence-based, groundbreaking program which helps children and young adults with autism and other special needs build communication and social skills, community, and greater self-esteem though music, acting, dance, acting and storytelling. This creative dynamic socialization program was founded in 2004 in Los Angeles by Elaine Hall, and is now being implemented by MPAC – the only provider in the state of New Jersey!
MPAC is dedicated to providing young people of all abilities, backgrounds, and socioeconomic statuses with access to world-class arts education. We are proud to have never turned away a child due to a family’s financial limitations, thanks to those who generously contribute to our need-based PAS Scholarship fund which provides essential financial aid to students who qualify. To help extend access to arts education to students in need of financial help, please click here.
MPAC proudly serves over 40,000 students each year through first-rate arts education and community outreach programs. We offer a wide array of onsite classes, teaching everything from singing and dancing, to acting and improv, to cabaret performance and more; in-school artist-in-residency programs; school-time educational performances; outreach performances by a volunteer troupe of teen singers called The Performing Arts Company; after-school arts enrichment programs in low-income communities such as Paterson and Passaic; arts achievement student recognition programs, and so much more. To make a gift in support of MPAC’s wide array of arts education opportunities, please click here.
If you wish to make a general, unrestricted donation in support of MPAC’s 2017/2018 Season, strengthening our world-class performances and arts education programs that serve over 200,000 people, please click here. An unrestricted gift of this kind not only amplifies MPAC’s cultural and educational impact, but it also invigorates the local economy and human spirit within the community.