The Little Art, a non-profit arts education organization founded in 2007, has produced some of the most innovative arts education projects for Pakistani children and young people. Our primary funding was the vision we had, and the volunteer efforts of so many young professionals over the years.
Since our inception in 2007, we have brought nearly 153,250 children and young people to attend our Festivals so far, have approached nearly 2891 schools / organizations for projects, trained 1570 children in workshops from all social segments and have hosted 31 major events and festivals across Pakistan.
We need your help to continuously meet our objectives, and pay our bills!
We do not have a consistent funding to run.
Developing innovative projects means, we also have to face the risk that the funding might not be realized till we finally produce the Festival/project with our own limited resources and volunteer efforts.
Moreover, we bring thousands of deserving children and young people to our Festivals and engage them in our projects without any charge. This all can be possible, and grow if a support comes in from individuals like you, or organizations, who care about opening up the minds of our children and young people, the future generation of Pakistan.
We carry a dream of a peaceful, inclusive and creative world for children and eventually for all, but we still need to pay our bills!
You can make in-kind donations. Please get in touch with our Director Shoaib Iqbal (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any other ideas to help.
You can contribute with cash donations
1. Make a cash or cheque donation
Cheques should be made out to “The Little Art”
Address: 81, F Block, Johar Town, Lahore 54600, Pakistan
2. Wire transfer your contribution
The amount shall be transferred in Pakistani Rupees.
Account Title: The Little Art
Account #: 0182-007-000-000-342
Swift Code: FAYSPKKA
Faysal Bank Limited
The Little Art is registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, Pakistan in 2007 Registration Number: RP/6214-L/S/10/1807