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Mission Statement

LITTLE ​ART​ BANK (Hanover PA) MISSION STATEMENT To provide all individuals with the resources to express their creativity and purpose through the arts. ART OF RECYCLE MISSION STATEMENT ​ The Art of Recycle is located in Ephrata . Their mission is "To develop, heal and grow community through recycled art. We aim to inspire more art and assist artists in developing skills for art creation by using and re-using the available resources around them. Our objective is to teach people how to create "art with purpose" reusing discarded, unwanted, and excess items; creating generations of artists and crafters who are more environmentally conscious. "


Little Art Bank (the LAB), is a center where individuals from all walks of life, creative and cognitive abilities, can come and learn new skills to build confidence and bring joy. We are a program of Art of Recycle, a 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization. Lifelong art teacher Sam Little has taken her vision and partnered with Art of Recycle (Ephrata) to bring this new arts community to Hanover. The LAB’s goal is to help individuals by encouraging them discover their creative gifts. This project is just getting started but plans to offer a variety of classes, opportunities to volunteer, and hope for people of all abilities. We also have a low cost art supply store in which donated items are sold at a drastic discount as well as having a free teaching supply area to teachers who have a membership.


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