Breanna’s Gift provides classes in the arts for critically ill children and their families. The classes are taught by professional artists/teachers and each teacher is assisted by a Breanna’s Gift volunteer. Classes are taught at Ronald McDonald House of the Twin Cities, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota on the St. Paul and Minneapolis Campuses and University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. The program is free to the children and to the facilities we visit. Here is a sampling of classes offered.
Dance classes are geared to every age group. We offer classes in ballet, tap, jazz, flamenco and of course, a little hip hop. read more
Music classes are taught using a variety of musical instruments. read more
THEATER & ARTIST WORKSHOPS
No program would be complete without the opportunity to create and perform. read more
MOSAIC WORKSHOP: "TREE OF LIFE"
Two- and three-day workshops are sometimes designed with a donation in mind. A three-day summer artist workshop event with mosaic artist Lori Greene was so much fun. read more
MOSAIC WORKSHOP: "YOU AND ME UNDER THE SEA"
This mosaic of life under the water was designed by mosaic artist Lori Greene and sponsored by Breanna’s Gift. read more
The visual arts offer a wide range of opportunities for children to experience many techniques and styles of expression. read more
Once a month, one of our artists joins Kid’s Clubhouse, a closed-circuit TV program which is seen in all patient rooms at both Minneapolis and St. Paul Children’s Hospitals. read more
PUPPET WORKSHOP AT RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE
Monday, November 09, 2015
Three afternoons of creativity and fun!
GIVE TO THE MAX DAY
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Remember us on Give to the Max Day!
BREANNA'S STAR 2016
Saturday, April 23, 2016
It's never too early to mark your calendars!
Become a Breanna's Gift Volunteer
Check out all of our volunteer opportunities
Interested in holding a fund raiser or volunteering at an event?
Contact Jennifer Edwards at 651-208-1596 or email for information.
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