What comes to mind when you hear the word “fundraising”? Traipsing through neighborhoods knocking on doors to sell Girl Scout cookies? Planning a lavish gala to support a local theater group? Setting up a GoFundMe™ site for a friend in need? Those all technically qualify as fundraising, but Hawaii Fluid Art can take fundraising to the next level by combining it with a fun, hassle-free experience for every participant.
Leveraging the Power of Art for Fundraising
A lot of popular fundraising events revolve around sports, such as golf tournaments, bike rides and running events. Those activities can be rewarding for those with the physical ability to participate, but they tend to exclude those who are not athletically inclined and those with physical limitations. On the other hand, art allows everyone, regardless of age and ability, to participate in creative activities that not only generate funds but also allow them to walk away with a unique memento of the event.
Liquid Art: Something for Everyone
Imagine getting together a group of enthusiastic supporters to create one-of-a-kind liquid art in a supportive and nurturing environment. That is what we offer at Hawaii Fluid Art, with a wide variety of activities for every age and interest, including*:
- Fluid Art Painting on Canvas
- Resin Tumblers
- Resin Beach Scenes
- Glass Painting
- Silk Scarf Marbling
- Hydro Dip
- Slime Factory
- Ornament Decorating
- Splatter Painting
- Spin Art
- Jewelry Making
- Rock Painting
People Giving to People
The first rule of fundraising is that people give to people. Charities know that telling the personal story of someone who needs support from their community will generate more financial support than a generic plea for donations.
Hawaii Fluid Art supports a variety of humanitarian charities, including the Wounded Warrior Project® and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. At a local level, our Frisco, Texas studio recently hosted a successful fundraiser for Morgan’s Field of Dreams, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting youth baseball players pursue their dreams. On the birthday of the young baseball player for whom the organization is named, the Frisco studio sponsored a three hour walk-in event and donated half of the proceeds to award four scholarships to local high school senior baseball players. Frisco studio owner Elva Alcala shared what the event meant to her: “I had the most amazing feeling when I wrote the check for Morgan’s Field of Dreams. It made me think of how much we can do to help others. Being part of Hawaii Fluid Art has definitely given me the opportunity to be part of something bigger and beautiful.”
We welcome opportunities to partner with local, regional and national charities and share the “magic moments” that make Hawaii Fluid Art special.
Hawaii Fluid Art’s mission is to inspire and nurture the human spirit, one painting at a time.
* Not all studios offer all activities.