Concordia receives $1.5M to support arts therapy programs

Concordia University’s Campaign for Concordia: Next-Gen Now has received $1.5M, which will enable Concordia’s Department of Creative Arts Therapies to expand its programming. $1M was donated by Fondation Sandra et Alain Bouchard to advance the Concordia Arts in Health Centre (CAiHC) and the Centre for the Arts in Human Development (CAHD). The CAiHC is receiving an additional donation of $500K from the Fondation Famille Mongeau. The gifts will support a variety of programs, including arts therapies programs for adults on the autism spectrum, for children and adolescents at youth centres, and for the broader community. It will also be used to provide financial support for the department’s graduate students and to hire staff to provide services on the Sir George Williams Campus. Concordia Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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