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Support Act One on Arizona Gives Day

Join others who care about our state’s nonprofits and support Act One
on Arizona Gives Day, April 2, 2019.

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Field Trips for Title 1 Schools

Field trip registration for 2018-19 is open! This year, Act One has capacity to bring more than 46,000 students and chaperones on arts field trips. We believe that every child should have educational opportunities that include professional arts experiences. By providing field trips for students from Title 1 schools, Act One opens a world for students from low-income families.

Field Trips

"Check Out" an Act One Culture Pass

Anyone with a library card can access the arts for FREE with the Act One Culture Pass. Visit a participating library and choose your destination.

Culture Pass

Help Bring Students on Arts Field Trips

Your support opens the world to under-served students through live arts experiences.

$10.00

That’s all it takes to give an arts field trip to a student attending a Title 1 school

With your support, Act One will be able to take more than 46,000 students on arts field trips in the coming school year!

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Statistic

156,696

HAVE ATTENDED ACT ONE FIELD TRIPS

Since we were founded in 2011, Act One has brought nearly 157,000 students and their chaperones from Title 1 schools on educational arts field trips.

Statistic

500,000+

People can experience the arts for free

Available in 60 Arizona libraries, the Culture Pass makes free passes available for more than half-a-million residents of Maricopa, Pima, Pinal and Yavapai counties.

Quotation Mark

“Act One occupies a unique space at the intersection of arts and education by providing access to the arts for Title 1 kids who could not otherwise attend these programs … The bottom line for me is it’s all about equity. I and my children were fortunate to be able to experience the arts as part of our educational development. I want all children to have the same opportunities.”

— Lois Savage, Former Act One Board President

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