Key Biscayne Women’s Giving Circle

The Key Biscayne Women’s Giving Circle is devoted to growing philanthropy among women, with the aim of identifying and financially supporting programs for women and/or children in need throughout Miami-Dade County. This year the Key Biscayne Women’s Giving Circle is delighted to support three not-for-profits.

  • The Miami Choral Academy
  • The Holtz Children’s Hospital – ArtCares program
  • Design and Architecture Senior High School – DASH

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The Miami Choral Academy is a tuition-free after school program that creates a little league-type network of choral ensembles for children from inner-city communities of Miami-Dade County. In partnership with Miami-Dade County Public Schools, the Miami Choral Academy seeks to make positive academic and social change in children from underserved Miami communities through intensive choral ensemble participation, a music integration program, and the creation of a Parent Choral Association. The Miami Choral Academy’s music integration program focuses on the integration of fundamental concepts shared between music and math, language arts, history, movement, theater and visual arts.

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ArtCares, based in Miami, is comprised of a group of volunteers who understand the psychological, emotional and physical benefits of engaging in the creative process through Art.

ArtCares provides much needed services to children undergoing a difficult phase or trauma in their life. The goal of these dedicated volunteers is to provide a sense of relief and hope to children by engaging them in a positive, gentle and safe creative process. 

We are supporting ArtCares efforts at The Holtz Children’s Hospital through the purchase of much needed art supplies. Located at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center, Holtz Children’s Hospital is affiliated with the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine.

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Design and Architecture Senior High School – DASH offers specialized training in design and architecture through five ‘strands’, or areas of study:  Architecture, Industrial Design, Communications Design, Fashion Design and Entertainment Technology. Funds raised will be allocated to the school’s most needy and talented students.
For further information: KBWomensGivingCircle@gmail.com