Through Arts and Education
Being a Greenie (MusicMan Camp staff member) gave me the opportunity to start guided teaching at a young age -- which made me realize that I want to be a music educator!
The libraries work with UDAEF student volunteers, serve as collection points for the holiday toy drive, and have gathered donations of cleaning supplies for Murphy’s Giving Market - three examples of successful partnerships created from conversations with Collaborative members.
I can see the impact of Summer Stage on my own life and the lives of so many others, and I am proud to pass on this love of art and the importance of community to my children. This is the legacy of Summer Stage - finding a place to call home and a way to share the magic, on or off stage.
UDAEF made me realize that passion and unity can make a community grow. From service club, I developed social and organizational skills.
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Upper Darby Arts and Education Foundation.