ITC grants Living Arts $10,000 for their Out-of-School Arts program

We are excited to announce a $10,000 grant from ITC Holdings Corp. (ITC) to support our Out-of-School Arts program in Southwest Detroit. This funding will help provide 400 Detroit youth with classes in dance, music, visual and multi-media art. Supporters of our OSA program enable Living Arts to give discounts and scholarships to families in need, ensuring no student is ever turned away due to financial concerns.


As the nation’s largest independent electricity transmission company, ITC believes that community commitments extend well beyond providing reliable energy. ITC takes an active role in developing long-lasting community relationships and partnerships, providing support for programs that are important to those we serve.   “ITC is proud to support Living Arts, and the engaging arts programs that it offers to young people in the Southwest Detroit community,” said Donna Zalewski, Director, Local Government & Community Affairs and Philanthropy, ITC Holdings Corp.

“It is so heartening when corporate partners like ITC see the value in the work we do at Living Arts”, stated Living Arts Executive Director Alissa Novoselick. “We are very grateful for their support -- so that we may bring arts education to more children in Southwest Detroit.