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Crossing Point Arts depends heavily upon private individual donations to support the variety of innovative workshops in the arts we provide for survivors of human trafficking.

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Whatever part you play, and at whatever level you can contribute to our work, it is instrumental in getting it all done.


You are most appreciated! Together we can make a huge difference in the lives of survivors. 


Your generous donation will cover the cost of

$25 - art supplies  

$75 - workshop in dance, music, art, song                      creation, drama

$150 - teaching artist training 

$300 - one month of workshops

$1000 - four months of workshops

Monthly Donation By supporting us with a monthly donation you become a vital part of bringing the arts to survivors ~ every day!


We thank you for strengthening our creative and healing ecosystem.

We are a registered NYS 501(c)3  Nonprofit Organization.

All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

Donations by check are equally appreciated!

Crossing Point Arts, Inc.

PO Box 105

Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706

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Our Partners

Crossing Point Arts has built a strong network of partnerships with organizations which offer substantial services to trafficking survivors doing the hard work of rebuilding their lives.

The bedrock of support that our partners provide dovetails with the life-giving and healing arts engagement provided in our workshops and mentorships.

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Womankind uses the multidimensionality of Asian heritage to work alongside survivors of gender-based violence as they build a path to healing. They work tirelessly to create a future where survivors Rise Above Violence and communities can innovate towards collective well-being, restoration, and social justice. Founded 40 years ago in New York City as the New York Asian Women’s Center and renamed in 2017, Womankind provides multilingual and culturally-responsive services, which are rooted in their philosophy of supporting survivors’ rights to self-determination and self-sufficiency in building their futures. Womankind's expertise is serving Asian communities, but what they offer is valuable to all. 

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Covenant House builds a bridge to hope for young people facing homelessness and survivors of trafficking through unconditional love, absolute respect and relentless support. Their doors are open 24/7 in more than 30 cities across six countries and their high-quality programs are designed to empower young people to rise and overcome adversity, today and in the future.


LifeWay Network’s mission is to combat human trafficking by providing safe housing for women who have been trafficked, and to offer education about human trafficking to the general public. Since its founding in 2007, LifeWay Network has collaborated with agencies and social service providers to find a new way of life for women trafficking survivors. Since its start, LifeWay Network has offered short-term emergency housing, and in 2012 opened our first of two long-term transitional safe houses.

We are grateful to every one of the anti-trafficking partners we have engaged with over our decade of working with survivors: Sanctuary for Families, Polaris Project, GEMS, Center for Court Innovation, Sanar Institute, EMPOWER Gyn, Restore, iFoster, and My Sister's Place.

We are grateful to our supporters:

The Ida and Robert Gordon Family Foundation

Entergy Charitable Foundation


The Puffin Foundation

The Pollination Project

Hartwick College

Kent and Martha Savage Charitable Fund

The Statue Foundation

The Patrina Foundation

HaGomel Foundation

AARP Purpose Prize

The Sharing Fund

The Riverside Church NYC

Ray Solem Foundation

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