Project Home

Project home

SKETCH's Capital Campaign to purchase its transformative art studios in the Queen West neighbourhood

 

SECURING SKETCH’S LEGACY SPACE

SKETCH Working Arts is a non-profit arts initiative that’s been engaging marginalized young people through the arts for 25 years! Our programs have been recognized locally, provincially, and nationally.

Against a backdrop of soaring real estate prices, owning our space was the only way for SKETCH to remain in Toronto’s downtown core.

Thanks to our community of supporters and their unwavering belief in the power of young people to create meaningful change, SKETCH successfully raised the $4M needed to purchase our studios through donations and community bonds.

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The Four Home Bonds

Series A
The Giving Bond

$5,000 minimum
5-year term
4% per annum.

Option to donate interest back to SKETCH.

Series B

$25,000 minimum
7-year term
4.5% per annum.

Series C

$10,000 minimum
5-year term
4% per annum.

Series D

$500 minimum
3-year term
3% per annum.

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Our 2021 Investor Meeting

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Investor Reports

 

April Investor 2021

September Investor 2021

Organizational Reports

2020 Annual Report

2020 Audited Financial Statements

Have a Question?

Don’t hesitate to reach out to a member of our campaign team!

Rudy Ruttimann (she/her)

Founding Director, SKETCH Institute & Project Lead

rudybotaddress@sketch.ca@sketch.ca

Dale

Dale Roy (he/him)

Corporate Relations Associate & Investment Lead

dalebotaddress@sketch.ca@sketch.ca

Luigi Umali

Luigi Umali (he/him)

Finance Manager

financialmanagerbotaddress@sketch.ca@sketch.ca

Jackie Black (she/her)

Resource Development Associate

jackiebotaddress@sketch.ca@sketch.ca

YOUR INVESTMENT SUPPORTED THESE PRESS-COVERED INITIATIVES!

Reconstructions of Home

An installation under The Bentway honouring the experiences of joy and community of those who’ve lived homeless in Toronto.

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My Public Living Room

A project engaging racialized young men as organizers of caring spaces, proposing radical alternatives to shame, disposability, and punishment.

Read Now

Queering Place

Emerging young artists bring natural and digital worlds together at Garrison Common to build a reflective gathering space for Queer communities.

Read Now

Project Home in the News

We’ve loved getting to share our story through a diverse network of platforms! Here are a few podcasts and articles featuring Project Home.

Our Supporters

FORREC

Forrec is a longtime annual major donor that supports our programs.

FORREC

Forrec is a longtime annual major donor that supports our programs.