Expanding the horizons of children and youth through the
arts, education, and innovation
NewArts is a registered Canadian charity
EDUCATION FOR EVERYONE
# 85621 6585 RR0001
Effective Date January 1, 2019
Online Tutoring Service
In response to COVID 19, Tootor is providing affordable online tutoring using screen sharing face-to-face technology with fully qualified volunteer tutors, for kindergarten to grade 12 students in support of the Ontario curriculum. A project of NewArts a registered Canadian charity based in Toronto.
Visit Tootor today for more information.
Our projects encourage racial and social harmony and open a window on the world and the communities they live in.
NewArts creates innovative arts and educational projects including tutoring programs for children and artists in schools and community collaborations, films and performances involving live music and actors to leave a lasting impact on its audiences. We perform in schools, festivals and community events. We provide skills and training for young apprentices who participate in the creation and delivery of our projects. We work in collaboration with community groups, governments, and agencies in service delivery.
A registered Canadian charity founded in 2007. The organization seeks to broaden the horizons of diverse children, youth and the broader public through the creation of innovative arts and educational projects. We assist and inspire young people to pursue the many opportunities beyond their immediate environment and explore their world. Many project activities are provided remotely in-person activities operate out of public buildings, local schools, and community centres in Toronto and the surrounding region.
Learn more about what we've been up to lately:
CLIMATE ARTS AWARDS
Some of the most creative concepts in arts and design, methods of education, technologies, and other innovations that explore new ways that humans can interact with the planet and embrace both the immensity of the problem and the opportunities presented by climate change.
MOVING ARTS OF
CANADA'S NATIONAL PARKS
Exploring our natural wonders through film, music, and photography. A series of live interactive multimedia events performed in schools, festivals and public spaces.
BIRTH OF A CITY THE STORY OF TORONTO
A documentary film, presented in schools, community festivals and public spaces with live music and narration.
TUTORS FOR REFUGEES
A technology program to match English tutors with refugees in their homes and communities.
Our members and supporters are known for having the most fun while supporting a worthwhile cause. Why not make it your cause?
Join our community of supporters, by making a financial contribution, volunteering or sponsoring a film or project.
We're looking for enthusiastic young people who'd like to help out with various positions!
These volunteer positions will give you transferable skills you can take with you to other fields in your career.
Benefits: reference letter, high school volunteer hour fulfilment, new friends, and more!
You get to attend special events with prominent politicians and celebrities.
Kids benefit from your support that enables the screening of our productions and performances.
We provide recognition in all our materials, social media, credits in our videos and in public at our events.
Donate securely via CanadaHelps.
We also accept donations of Bitcoin and Etherium.
*Official Canadian charitable receipts
for income tax purposes equal to CAD exchange rate at the time funds are transferred to fiat and issued upon request.
We can't wait to hear from you!
2100 Weston Road, Suite 1905