That’s why at BEST, we help people, who have a canvas at the ready, with the tools, strategies and resources to help them tap into their own kind of creativity and empowerment that works best for them.
Add that to the exciting idea of the power of being an actual artist.
We see our community as Empowerment Artists, and there is no such thing as failure.
We’ve already begun with success by being (empowerment) artists already.
Together, let’s make beautiful and important empowerment art on our journey forward after brain injury.
Here’s your chance to practice the artistry of sharing your care, along with supporting others on their empowerment journey.
The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. Giving Tuesday is Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
Our theme? The Art of Empowerment.
Our goal is to raise $5K to fund the learning materials for online and in person educational opportunities and special events to help empowerment artists practice their craft.
Donations of any amount help.
While you are invited to contribute on Giving Tuesday itself, you may make a secure and fast online donation right now by clicking here.
You are also welcome to send a check by mail to:
Brain Energy Support Team (BEST)
3800A Bridgeport Way W. #393
University Place, WA 98466
Thank you for being a generosity artist! We appreciate YOU for your time and interest.
Would you like to some BEST artists in our community? Learn all about them and a special BEST art installation at the Tacoma Art Museum this fall.