RRPMV is provided free of charge to participants, and we rely on grants, sponsorships and individual donations to fund our program. Please consider making a one-time or ongoing contribution through PayPal or by contacting us.
Bemis, Blick Art Materials, Broadway Automotive, Cornerstone Foundation, Desert Veterans Wisconsin, Disabled American Veterans, Forest County Potawatomi, Franciscan Spirituality, Ho-Chunk Nation, Insta Print Plus, Kimberly Clark Cares, Kohler Foundation Inc, MBM, Menasha Corporation, Mercury, Military Order Purple Heart, Oneida Nation Arts Program, Oshkosh, Tavern League, Walgreens, Wisconsin Arts Board, WPS Foundation.
Meeting Minutes, Sessions
|11-10-2018||A4TH Meeting Minutes for 11-10-2018|
|06-23-2018||A4TH Meeting Minutes for 06-23-2018|
|04-07-2018||A4TH Meeting Minutes for 04-07-2018|
|12-09-2017||A4TH Meeting Minutes for 12-09-2017|
|09-30-2017||A4TH Meeting Minutes for 09-30-2017|
|12-12-2015||A4TH Meeting Minutes for 12-12-2015|
|2009-2018||RRPMV Sessions 2009 – 2018|
|Date||Art as a Tool for Healing|
|2017-2018||Art as a Tool for Healing Sessions 2017-2018|
Board of Directors
Tim Mayer Tim Mayer is the President and Executive Director of A4TH. He is actively involved in every aspect of A4THs’ operation including facilitating all expressive art sessions throughout the state of Wisconsin.
George Kamps is a US Navy veteran with 40 years experience as a clinical social worker. He has been a volunteer with A4TH since 2009 and currently serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors.
Rick Chrabaszewski has been a contributor and served on the Board of Directors since inception. He has also served as Vice President and Treasurer. He advises Artists for the Humanities on matters or accounting, finance and technology.
James C. Hubbard
James C. Hubbard Director, Retired VP and Chief of Staff Mercury Marine of Fond du Lac, WI. Now lives in Valparaiso, IN. Volunteer and supporter of A4TH since 2005.
Darryl Johnson is a US Army combat veteran who served as a forward observer during the ’68 and ’69 Vietnam Tet Offenses. He serves on the A4TH Board of Directors. and has regularly participated in art therapy sessions. He is a retired middle school social studies teacher.
Marvin Cespedes is the front end developer, web master for A4TH, and a Marine Corps veteran. He currently resides in Chicago, IL with his wife and golden retriever puppy.