We can't do it without you...
Without the support of our Community and our valued Volunteers, we would not be able to keep our doors open and survive as an organization. We are so very grateful to have wonderful, committed individuals who are willing to help us when we need it the most. We are a generous, artistic community and we thank you!
You Can Help!
Whether you can offer just one hour or you can volunteer on a regular basies, we can use your help with Gallery Shows, Events, the Gift Shop, Maintenance, Publicity, Office Support, Carpentry - you name it and we can use your help.
And if you need volunteer hours for graduation or community service, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your Contributions Make all the Difference
As a not-for-profit 501(c)3 and 501(a)2 charity organization, we rely solely on the support of our members, the community, business partners and friends. Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. There are many ways to donate:
donate once or choose to give a monthly donation
donate in memory of a loved one who loved the arts
leave a Planned Legacy to the CCAL
take our Classes and Workshops
shop in our Gift Shop
purchase artwork from our Gallery Shows
Every little bit helps us keep the doors open. We thank you in advance for your kindness.
Help us make a difference in the arts.
PLEASE HELP WITH OUR RECOVERY FROM IAN...
The hurricane was hard on so many and our building took quite a beating. Please donate to the Art League to help with Ian repairs which include a new roof. Just click on the button below... and don't forget that al donations are tax deductible.
Thank you for your help!
Giving Back to Those Who Give so Much
The "Apple Pie Tree"
The Cape Coral Art League thanks the RMHC for their support by giving back. Thank you to Christine Dekkers and Hal Klingler who completed a restoration project of the "Apple Pie Tree". Thank you for your tremendous experience in knowing the right materials to restore the tree to its former glory!
The best "Apple Pie Tree" that Christine recalls was at Frank & Sue Behan's restaurant in Glastonbury, CT. They had a mirrored window that children couldn't see. The tree would tell stories but also commented on the chilren in the audience, because the storyteller could see them.
Christine reflects back on the many smiles on the children's faces as the tree would comment about a bow in a child's hair and they couldn't figure out how the tree knew!
Many thanks to Laura and her staff for encouragement and excitement as the tree came to life again!