The Rooted Friends Project recognizes the importance of arts education for children's overall development. Sadly, arts programs in our inner-city schools have been diminishing since 2001. That's why we're dedicated to offering classes in music, visual and performing arts to children of all ages.

Research has shown that arts activities play a crucial role in brain development during early childhood. As children grow, the arts continue to provide opportunities for mastery, creativity, and self-expression. The arts also help develop cognitive skills and boost self-esteem.

Join us in our mission to provide access to arts education by supporting our program. Let's inspire the next generation of artists and creatives!