THIS is what community looks like!

Well, folks – we had one heck of a fun Friday night with you last weekend! It was truly a great way to celebrate the success of our Kites for A Cause summer series and launch us into fall programming. 

Just as a recap – we spent the months of July and August at Spoke Bicycle Cafe with talented local artists Robin Banks and Sarah Farmer , raising awareness about the importance of protecting our local waterways while making art about our hyperlocal environments and community spaces. We had a wonderful time doing river clean-ups, getting to know our neighbors and co-creating our vision for a better Los Angeles. But that’s not all – what we did had a real impact! 

As a result of Kites for A Cause, more than 600 community members were engaged in meaningful action, over 70 lbs of trash were collected from the L.A River and 45 gorgeous works of art were created! We did a lot – and we had fun doing it! 

Check out this video for more about what we did this summer: 

 

 If you participated in one of our workshops this summer, volunteered your time, attended our Community pARTy, or supported our work in the past – THANK YOU!  Your support and involvement is helping to shape our neighborhoods, communities and world for the better! Special thanks to everyone at Spoke Bicycle Cafe for hosting us ❤️

Here’s some photos from the event!