Today, nurses, doctors, and other healthcare workers are on the front lines, working harder than anyone to protect and heal our communities.
Burnout rates are skyrocketing, providers are overworked, and yet no one knows when this pandemic will ease or end.
NOAH (The National Organization for Arts in Health) has created NOAH’s ARC (Arts for Resilience in Clinicians) to help give back to our providers across the nation.
With free remote videos and virtual sessions, led by professional artists and art therapists, NOAH’s ARC hopes to curb the stress of our healthcare heroes.
By tackling issues of stress, overwork, and burnout, we can help our clinicians stay safe, healthy, and maintain their ability to provide the best care for us. It’s a small but important way to show gratitude and give back to those sacrificing themselves for our wellbeing.
The arts have been proven to successfully provide release and solace from the trying environments in hospitals and clinics. NOAH’s ARC was created by a team of doctors, artists, and arts administrators, who have themselves experienced a greater sense of calm and happiness from artistic expression.
Your donations are crucial to provide this free arts support to healthcare workers everywhere.
A $25 donation = supports 1-2 virtual sessions for health care workers
A $50 donation = support 3-4 virtual sessions for health care workers
A $100 donation = supports a live virtual class with health care workers
A $250 donation = supports the creation of a video for health care workers
We thank you in advance for your generous gifts allowing us to show our gratitude and support our healthcare providers.
Please support us at supportnoahsarc.com
For more information about NOAH, check out theNOAH.net