Furthering Arts-Integrated Programming

Imagination Fort Worth has received a $5,000 grant from the Mary Potishman Lard Trust for general operating support.


Imagination Fort Worth (IFW) was founded in 1989 in Fort Worth to increase and improve arts experiences in learning. IFW produces and presents arts integrated educational programming, free of charge for over 65,000 students, grades Pre K-12 to students in Fort Worth ISD. We serve a population of over 80% Economically Disadvantaged students comprised of many diverse learners with varying needs and challenges.


Josh Carrizales, the Imagination Fort Worth Board President says, “We couldn’t be more appreciative for the support we have received from the Mary Potishman Lard Trust. Their gracious vote of confidence will allow IFW to strengthen our programs as a whole.”


Imagination Fort Worth is always looking for enthusiastic supporters to help unite arts and minds, whether that is through donating, volunteering, or becoming a sponsor. For more information on Imagination Fort Worth or to support its mission, please visit imaginationfortworth.org or call Lauri Bevan at 817.870.1141.


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