California Arts Council

State of California
 

Help spread the word about the Keep Arts in Schools Fund by donating an advertisement in an upcoming publication and promoting the Keep Arts in Schools fund on your website, social media pages, newsletters, etc. Digital and print resources can be downloaded at the links below. If you need custom materials, we will be happy to help. Please contact Wendy Moran at wendy.moran@arts.ca.gov.

Click the links below to download promotional resources.


Logos

Color logo w/ white background for print
Color logo w/ white background for web
Color logo w/ black background for print
Color logo w/ black background for web


Digital Resources

Facebook cover design (851 x 315 pixels)
Social Media Post #1 (500 x 375 pixels)
Social Media Post #2 (500 x 375 pixels)
Social Media Post #3 (500 x 375 pixels)
Social Media Post #4 (500 x 375 pixels)
Social Media Post #5 (500 x 375 pixels)
Social Media Post #6 (500 x 375 pixels)


FLYER (8.5” X 11”)

Full page color flyer – PDF 


POSTER (11” X 17”)

Full page color poster – PDF 


TEMPLATE NEWSLETTER TEXT

Less than 40% of all California students currently participate in arts courses. As a supporter of the arts in your local community, you know that arts education is a key factor in helping California’s next generation succeed, boosting overall academic achievement, social engagement, attendance and graduation rates, and college and workforce readiness.

You can help keep arts in schools.

Individuals may make tax-deductible contributions in amounts of $1 or more to the California Arts Council’s Keep Arts in Schools Voluntary Contribution Fund. In the past four years, we have raised nearly $1 million to directly support California arts education programs. Donations from Keep Arts in Schools are critical to the California Arts Council’s vision to provide all our students with quality arts education in order to reach their full potential.

100% of your tax-deductible contribution is applied to arts education programming supported by the California Arts Council. The Keep Arts in Schools Voluntary Contribution Fund can be found in Voluntary Contribution Section 110 (425) of the "540" individual state tax return form. Every dollar counts. Please join us in supporting arts education across California. Learn more at www.arts.ca.gov.

SAMPLE SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS

Students with high-quality music education programs scored more than 20 percent higher in English and math on standardized tests. Support creativity in the classroom through your state tax return: https://tiny.cc/KeepArtsInSchools #SmartNeedsArt #KeepArtsInSchools
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72% of business leaders say that creativity is the No. 1 skill they seek when hiring. Support creativity in the classroom through your state tax return: https://tiny.cc/KeepArtsInSchools #SmartNeedsArt #KeepArtsInSchools
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Students with high arts involvement are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement. Support creativity in the classroom through your state tax return: https://tiny.cc/KeepArtsInSchools #SmartNeedsArt #KeepArtsInSchools
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Low-income students who are highly engaged in the arts are twice as likely to graduate college as their peers with no arts education. Support creativity in the classroom through your state tax return: https://tiny.cc/KeepArtsInSchools #SmartNeedsArt #KeepArtsInSchools
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Students with high arts participation have a dropout rate five times lower than their peers. Support creativity in the classroom through your state tax return: https://tiny.cc/KeepArtsInSchools #SmartNeedsArt #KeepArtsInSchools
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Young people with high arts involvement are four times more likely to participate in a math and science fair. Support creativity in the classroom through your state tax return: https://tiny.cc/KeepArtsInSchools #SmartNeedsArt #KeepArtsInSchools
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