USF Center for PAInT receives funding to promote diversity, equity and inclusion

Categories: Arts, EMPOWERMENT AND SUCCESS: Career Development & Advancement, Grants, Nonprofits, Students, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion,

For the second consecutive year, the University of South Florida Foundation has received $30,000 in separate donations to support educational programming that combines creative learning and classroom instruction with concepts that promote diversity, equity and inclusion through arts-integration.

The contributions will benefit the Beeler Scholars’ IDEIL Program, named for philanthropists Tom and Carol Beeler of Sarasota. USF’s Florida Center for Partnerships in Arts-Integrated Teaching (Center for PAInT), based on the Sarasota-Manatee campus, administers the program.

The donations – comprised of $10,000 from Carol Beeler and $10,000 each from the Gulf Coast Community Foundation and Community Foundation of Sarasota County – will ensure the continuation of IDEIL after a successful rollout in 2020. IDEIL stands for Incorporate Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Life skills.

Read the full story on the USF Sarasota-Manatee website