Every year, GFS partners with organizations throughout our local communities on programs and initiatives designed to reduce, or remove, barriers to engaging with the arts, while nurturing participants’ personal and creative development.
In addition, we work together with an array of area partners on events designed to explore and celebrate the diversity of our region. These programs include annual programs presented in partnership with the New Jersey Arts Education Collective, New Jersey Cultural Access Network, Outlet Dance Project, Sankofa Collaborative, and more.
These programs are made possible thanks to the generous support of foundations, business partners, state and federal grants, and our loyal members.
To get involved as a partner or a supporter, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
RECENT COMMUNITY PARTNERS
ARC Mercer • Art Educators of New Jersey • Art Pride • Arts Council of Princeton • Authentic Convos • Boheme Opera • Cairn University • Carrier Clinic • Cultural Access Network • Digital Atelier • Discover Jersey Arts • Dodge Poetry Program • Egun Omode Performing Arts Collective • Foundation Academies • Guild for Early Music • Hamilton Library • Hamilton Partnership • Hamilton Township Public Library • Hamilton Township School District HomeFront • International Sculpture Center Isles, Inc. • Jersey Cares • Labyrinth Books • Mercer County Park Commission • Middlesex Seeing Eye • Mill Hill Child & Family Development Center • Miracle Eyes of Mercer – The Seeing Eye • New Jersey Arts Education Collective • New Jersey Cultural Access Network • New Jersey Historical Society • New Jersey State Council on the Arts • New Jersey Theater Alliance • New Jersey Council of Grantmakers • New Jersey Council on Humanities • New Jersey Historical Society • Outlet Dance Festival • Princeton Area Community Foundation • Princeton Garden Theatre • Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce • Princeton University • Seward Johnson Atelier • Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum • The College of New Jersey • United Way of Mercer County • Volunteer Connect • William Trent House Museum • Women in Development of Mercer County