We are thrilled to be selected as a Finalist for the 2017 Non-Profit of the Year by the Frisco Chamber of Commerce! We share this honor with all of you who have supported, volunteered, and generously donated to our mission to advance the arts in Frisco. Thank you for being an important part of this incredible journey. We couldn’t have done it without you!
Congratulations to all the nominees; Frisco Arts is humbled to be named along with so many wonderful organizations and leaders in Frisco! Winners will be announced on February 9th, 2018 at the Frisco Chambers Number Ones Gala.
Meet Andrew and Angela Pinkerton from Frisco! They are proud new Patron members of Frisco Arts and wanted to share their heart for the arts. Here’s what Andrew had to say:
“When I moved my family to Frisco, I could tell that this growing community would be a place we could stay forever. When news of the Cowboys relocating here and the vast economic development that was happening, it seemed that we had made a great choice. We are very lucky that our children get to experience so much in Frisco, and I decided to give to Frisco Arts because I want a society that has been further enriched for their future. I believe that arts will enhance our children’s academics and creativity, and connect them with new people and generate innovation. Arts will also bring tourism and help our local economy continuing to help build this great city.” (Andrew Pinkerton, Marketing Communications Manager, US Concrete)
We couldn’t agree more. Thank you Andrew and Angela for your support!
If you’re not yet a member of Frisco Arts, we invite you to join the creative revolution TODAY! Click here to view our current members and make your tax-deductible donation. Thank you in advance!
Over 100 guests attended our Holiday Fundraiser held at Frisco Fine Art in Downtown Frisco! It was a great evening of inspiring music and art with our diverse community. We also had performances by 2017 Frisco’s Got Talent 1st and 2nd place winners Sathvika Ganesan, Jake Hoang and Chloe Freeman, singer/songwriter Crystal Joy Cameron, and Frisco Arts Executive Director Tammy Meinershagen. Thanks to your generous support, we raised over $1,500 for our scholarships and programs! We hope everyone has a joyous holiday!