Sponsor a Fish

Sponsor a child’s fish to be painted by art students of Visionary School of Arts ages 5-17 into the Stuart downtown mural in Spring of 2017. 20% of a child’s fish will given to VSOA and 80% will go to CWH.

Lynne Barletta will be raising corporate sponsorships for her turtle, dolphins and larger fish. 100% of larger corporate sponsorships will go to CWH.

A monument will be on site with the mural with sponsorships over 100.00

For information on a corporate sponsorship please email info@catchthewaveofhope.org

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Mural

The mural will depict our intercostal and our river with the fish that were there over 60 years ago. A permanent display of our valuable treasure and the need to preserve our river! Our young emerging artists will each paint their fish into the mural. Each fish can be sponsored beginning at $100.00. The funds will be divided between Visionary School of Arts and Catch The Wave of Hope. 20% will go to VSOA and 80% will go to CWH.

Visionary School of Arts

A non-profit 501c3 organization, which raises up and launches artists of all ages. VSOA teaches leadership, business, community involvement and visual fine art. Students ages 5-18 have won over 400 local, national and international awards since 2011. VSOA currently teaches over 70 semester course students with visual fine art training, shows, competitions, camps and workshops. VSOA also travels to a number of senior homes, business events, and teaches seminars on creativity to executives and leaders. Please see visionaryschoolof-arts.org for more information and volunteer opportunities.

Purchase a giclee of a child’s fish:
Giclee Sales: VSOA students receive net proceeds of giclee sales. Giclees are high quality prints on canvas and may be ordered in various sizes as suggested donations. Students also receive a certificate of sale for their portfolio. Donations above fair market value of giclees are tax deductible.

Catch the Wave of Hope

This is a non-profit 501c3 organization, which helps victims of trafficking and abuse. Please see the “about us” tab for more information.   Current programs include local art programs through the Department of Juvenile Justice, Banner Lake outreaches to underprivileged and at risk children with international workshops and art fundraisers for trafficked children