We are a not-for-profit organization (Rusart Art and Culture) dedicated to improving the lives of all affected by autism and mental disorders through arts, interaction and community-based support.
Our community is built by:
Our program would not be possible without volunteers. If you are 16 years old or over, we welcome support from people like you. We have many different volunteering positions that fit a variety of interests, skills and availability.
We would like to hear from:
All other nice people who would like to gain new skills, give back, share credible information or just enjoy creating new connections and experiencing new opportunities.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please email us to firstname.lastname@example.org and our volunteer coordinator will be in touch with you shortly
‘On the Spectrum’ is a division of Rusart Arts and Culture, a not-for-profit organization, where all donations go directly back into programs and events in order to facilitate the growth of our community.
The best way to support us is to make recurring monthly donations. Even a small amount will make a big difference for us. You can make a donation by e-transfer to email@example.com (no password required). Else, you can mail a cheque to 14-15454 32 Ave, Surrey, BC, V3Z2J8 (payable to Rusart).
If you are a corporation, big or small, a family business and would like to become our partner or sponsor, we have an option that will fit your size and style:
If you wish to support us, we would be happy to provide you with more information on how to do so. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
‘On the Spectrum’ promises to present a transparent report of all spending related to your donation. We hope that we can count on you!
One easy and delicious way to support us is to buy a bag or two of fresh and flavourful Kanuck.Coffee.Kanuck.Coffee is a local specialty coffee roaster and a café. Their special “On the Spectrum” line of selected beans features the artwork of our talented ASD kids, and 40% of your purchase will be sent to support our art programs and events. #Drinkbettercoffee
ART APPRECIATION TALKS
ART CLASSES FOR ADULTS
ART CLASSES FOR KIDS
ON THE SPECTRUM
SPECIAL ART COURSES
East Richmond (Queensborough area)
The Gallery at Queen's Park
Elena Nahum Leroy (Perelman)
Vancouver Visual Art Foundation
children 5-7 yrs.
Children 8-12 yrs
Teens and Adults
Throughout the year we organize a variety of events for children with autism and their families:
Most events are free or by donation.
Due to COVID-19 all in-person events are postponed. We'll be back when it's safe.
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