donation requests: contributions to CCC, Inc. are tax deductible and extremely helpful for the continuation of our programs. Cash contributions will be used to pay a Ghanaians tuition to a workshop or to buy materials to conduct a workshop. We are starting a reference library and any art books or magazines will be gratefully accepted. There are very few reference materials in Ghana, so filling this library is a priority. Any art materials donated will be used to teach workshops and any equipment will also be used for workshops. If you have something to donate and are not sure if we can use it, please ask.

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puffin foundation grant
Recipient of 2012 Puffin Foundation grant

We'd like to thank the Puffin Foundation for supporting our programs. Their contribution will help fund our MAPPING NUNGUA project. The Puffin Foundation mission is to "...continue the dialogue between art and the lives of ordinary people." -- visit puffinfoundation.org


we'd like to thank the following for their generous contributions

Kathy and Bill Halter (at royalwoodltd.com) Steve Csipke Dwight and Heidi Johnson Kate Donohue Carolyn Warfield Caroline Wischman Miriam Rosenthal Graphic Chemical and Ink Co. Tina Ayres  

staying connected: visitors to Aba House form lasting friendships and stay connected to the Ghanaians. Many have a favorite child that they help by paying school fees or sending cloths or useful gifts. Others work with a favorite artisan to help them sell their crafts in other countries. The connections are so varied that we have asked people to let us know how they have chosen to stay connected and we are sharing some of them with you.

Laurel True, who conducted our mural arts workshops, got people to buy professional soccer shirts for the Nungua kids soccer team and Barbara Allen, our artist in residence for the ceramic furniture workshops, got her students to donate books to a library.

Have an idea for a workshop project? tell us!

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