What makes AWP different? It’s the stellar performers and staff who are passionate about using their talents to make the world a better place. The news is filled with stories of hate. Lynn Stallings said, “If you can teach people to hate, you can certainly teach people to love,” and that is what AWP does. It’s more than professional training. AWP helps students find a ‘voice’……a voice strong enough to stand up for what is right. The school is a safe-haven for anyone to be themselves and walk through the doors to open arms because every person matters. Imagine a place where children discover their unique value and through the performing arts use their talents to make a positive difference. This is art with a purpose.
A Letter From an AWP Parent…
As a parent and as a concerned member of our Atlanta community, I am vested in seeing AWP expand its valuable, community out reach projects. For more than 34 years AWP has been transforming young lives through purposeful, experiential, confidence building, theatrical workshops, educational productions and performing arts camps. It has been breathtaking to witness the positive impact and hear amazing stories of thousands who could afford to come … AND thousands more who simply could not.
That’s right, as a non-profit, mission driven 501(C)3, AWP works feverishly to make its programs available to as many as possible, regardless of income or life circumstances. After all, every kid deserves a chance to change the world.
The difference will be up to YOU! Your help is needed now to help AWP keep “Changing the World One Audience At A time.”Please seize the moment right now to make a difference, and say … YES, I want to help AWP! Join me by scrolling down now to make a tax deductible donation.
Dan Thurmon, CSP, CPAE
Author of Off Balance On Purpose
Hall of Fame Speaker
Member of Speakers Roundtable
President, Motivation Works, Inc.