We’re using online tools to continue to offer free arts and athletics programming to families impacted by chronic illness and to give our community new opportunities to make a difference.
Somewhere in your neighborhood, a child impacted by chronic illness is hoping to learn the skills that YOU have to offer. With just 1 hour a week, for 8 weeks, YOU can make a difference in that student’s life by coaching them in an art or athletic activity of your choice.
As part of our matching process with volunteers and students, we use the power of extracurricular activities such as painting and cooking, as a source for the self-expression and empowerment that our students need.
All matches are made in a virtual 1-on-1 or group setting and are tailored to fit your background as a volunteer, according to your activity interests, location, and time availability.
So whether through music or sports, dance, or poetry (and everything in between), the opportunity is there for you to make a lasting impact today!
3303 Wilshire Blvd. #320, Los Angeles, CA 90010, US
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
Health & Medicine
Sports & Recreation
We'll work with your schedule.
455 Sycamore RdSan Ysidro, CA92173
June 23, 2021
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
8 one-hour lessons that you schedule yourself!
We'll help you prepare to work with a kid impacted by chronic illness.