Inglewood volunteers: kids impacted by chronic illness are looking for a 1-on-1 coach!

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Did you know there are kids impacted by chronic illness who want to learn about YOUR art or athletic hobby?

Kids leaving the childrens' hospital sign up with CoachArt and tell us what they want to learn. Then volunteers like YOU agree to give them 4 one-hour lessons.

We have an online platform where you can:

  • complete your online training
  • see a map of the CoachArt kids in your area and what they want to learn
  • schedule a match using our new CoachArt Connect platform

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About CoachArt


445 S. Figueroa St, Ste 3100, Los Angeles, CA 90071, US

Mission Statement

CoachArt’s mission is to create a transformative arts and athletics community for families impacted by childhood chronic illness.


CoachArt is a non-profit organization offering free lessons in the arts and athletics to children impacted by chronic illness, ages 5-18. Our vision is that one day every family impacted by chronic illness will be connected to a community of support and an opportunity to learn and grow together.

We partner with talented volunteers and arts/athletics programs to offer lessons in music, art, yoga, photography, dance, soccer - and more! Our CoachArt team matches each individual child with our volunteers and program partners, who provide 8 week lessons in a shared activity of choice.


Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
People with Disabilities
Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, People with Disabilities


We'll work with your schedule.


1201 S La Tijera Blvd,Inglewood, CA 90302



  • Child Development
  • Electronic Instrument
  • Keyboard Instrument
  • Music Therapy
  • Baseball
  • Youth Services




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Schedule the four 1-hour lessons yourself!
  • Common misperception: You do NOT need to be an expert to intro a kid to a new hobby!

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