Your donation makes it possible for aspiring youth to receive the training and artist development they need to combat the negative influences of mainstream entertainment and peer pressure.
The average cost for one child is $2,000 a year, which is around $150.00 per month. This can be a financial burden to many families, but your gift will make a difference.
P2P Scholarship Programs
Y.A.D.A (Young Arts Development Academy) is an afterschool arts development program that cultivates young talent by preparing for upcoming showcases, community events or faith-oriented performances. Students receive quality arts training from professional artist and mentors while learning and performing.
Camp PS150 (Psalm 150) is a Faith-based spring and summer camp for aspiring talents of every area in the arts, including music, dance, acting, media and design. The camp has two levels. Advanced campers are able to practice and develop their talents in high-level intensive sessions. Beginners participate in exploratory activities to help them discover their passions. They also learn team building, public speaking and movement and dance.
The N.O.W Tour – (Notice Our Worth) is an intervention initiative to deter youth violence. It will shine a positive light on local youth and encourage them to notice their self-worth as well as the other youth around them. The youth of P2P including national recording artist, Personal Praise, will speak and perform inspirational songs to encourage positive decision making.
“A Timeless Christmas”- Annual Benefit Showcase is an annual benefit showcase featuring the youth of P2P. It is a youth lead production with the lights and flare of any live musical production in the performance industry. The show is held for two days during the first weekend of December. It includes a special student matinee performance for schools and daycares. The event has been a huge hit with the pre-school community since the event began in 2013. Proceeds from the event go to fund need-based and merit-based scholarships for YADA and Camp PS150.