OUR Mission

Imagine if local artists and musicians were empowered to become agents of change. What if they could energize movements at just the right inflection point? The impact on our communities – and our country – would be game-changing.

Arts4Impact empowers boots-on-the-ground creatives to spark dynamic, authentic, non-partisan, exclusively positive activations that drive systemic change.

We amplify progressive causes that create community, strengthen democracy, and uplift the human spirit.

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OUR approach

Our work is built on a simple principle: The most interesting, most effective, and most powerful civic expressions have local creatives at their core — their vision, talents, connections, hopes and dreams. It’s the through-line in every activation we spark.

Through grassroots arts-activism, we help progressive organizations drive impact by making the invisible, visible.

Wherever we drop, our team grows deep roots, connecting impactful nonprofits doing the work with talented, artists and musicians on the ground. Together, we grow big, bold, interactive expressions that create awareness, rally stakeholders, and ignite positive change.

We transform humble materials into tactile, heartfelt expressions that resonate.
We deliver all the materials, guidance, and cheerleading to drive engagement.
We galvanize big, beautiful tents that embrace all ages and abilities.
We leverage activations with cause-aligned Calls to Action that feel empowering and frictionless.
We can adapt to any scope, size, or setting and can pivot on a dime.
We support local creatives in lasting & meaningful ways.

“The ways the Highland Park installation inspired an urge to commune with others — and indeed, a desire to return to it again and again — offer some clues for how sites of collective mourning might mobilize visitors rather than leave them in paralyzing sorrow.”

“Therapeutic. Better than Prozac for grief.”

“A powerful, emotional, beautiful, but also painful exhibit…”

“The entire art experience connects pain, loss, and a shared experience of the impact of the gun epidemic across the nation.”

“Von Edelberg’s approach to gently curating the commemorative items at the pavilion exemplifies her dedication to fostering community engagement and creating spaces for healing and reflection.”

“The entire art experience connects pain, loss, and a shared experience of the impact of the gun epidemic across the nation,”

empowering people with the power of the arts

Engage. Inspire. Drive Impact.