Building Hope Capital Campaign

Building Hope Capital Purchase and Renovation Campaign 

Free Arts is positioned for significant growth over the next 10 years. The Building Hope Capital Purchase and Renovation Campaign will transform 352 East Camelback Road from a nondescript office building to a center for hope and healing.

This center will allow Free Arts to confidently expand programs to serve thousands of additional children and families. It will explore and establish best practices for using the arts and mentoring with children who have experienced trauma. And it will showcase artwork and stories that will foster a deeper understanding of children who have experienced the trauma of abuse or homelessness.

To kick-off this campaign, The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation made a transformational investment in Free Arts that allowed us to purchase 352 East Camelback Road and provided seed funding to renovate the building into our center of operations. For that reason, the new building will be called:

The Bob & Renee Parsons Center for Hope and Healing

Click here for the Building Hope Capital Purchase and Renovation Campaign brochure.
Click here for the contribution form.

Volunteers Make This Possible

Over 900 people from all walks of life use the arts to help children build resiliency and learn to trust and heal.