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BENEFICIARIES


Health Alliance for Austin Musicians/HAAM
With a focus on wellness and prevention, the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM) serves musicians who previously had to delay seeking care until forced to go to the emergency room, the most expensive kind of treatment. HAAM was formed in March, 2005 to provide affordable health care to Austin’s low-income, uninsured working musicians. Partners and services include: Seton Healthcare Network provides primary health care. St. David’s Community Health Foundation provides basic dental care. The SIMS Foundation provides mental health counseling. Together the three partners work to assure that musicians have access to caring, high quality, affordable healthcare. www.healthallianceforaustinmusicians.org


Austin Museum of Art/AMOA
The Austin Museum of Art (AMOA) is dedicated to developing and educating a broad audience for the visual arts in Austin focusing primarily on 20th-century and contemporary arts. AMOA is dedicated to presenting and originating a broad range of exhibitions as well as lively interpretative programming emphasizing interdisciplinary connections between the visual arts and every day life. AMOA envisions developing an exciting and accessible museum as an essential part of the fabric of city life. The Austin Museum of Art aims to be embraced as Austin’s museum of art with an institutional identity that reflects the spirit of Austin and its eclectic creative culture, one that is informal, relevant to Austin today, community oriented, non-tradition/unconventional and collaborative. www.amoa.org


American Youthworks

American Youthworks has been supporting the lives of at-risk Austin youth for over 30 years. With comprehensive services, including charter school, community service, and life support programs, American Youthworks has enabled thousands of would-be high school dropouts to become instead at-promise youth. The core philosophy of American Youthworks is Service-Learning, which links classroom education with service projects that address real community needs. The goal of American Youthworks is to ensure that participants complete high school, allowing them to earn more over their lifetime; find employment that supports them and their family; build life skills that last a lifetime; and gain self respect that comes with self-sufficiency and giving back to the community.
www.americanyouthworks.org


Austin Children’s Museum

The mission of the Austin Children’s Museum is to inspire kids and the adults in their lives to experience the joy of learning through the power of constructive play. Founded in 1983 by a grass-roots coalition of parents and educators, the Austin Children’s Museum, originally opened as a “Museum without walls” with exhibits and programs hosted in schools, parks, recreation centers, libraries, and malls. It is the goal of the Austin Children’s Museum to provide highly interactive and quality educational programs for families, communities and teachers.www.austinkids.org