November 27, 2020
Finding Strength In Community
As this year of unprecedented challenges comes to a close, we are grateful to you, and for the strength we’ve found in many communities. Connecting with so many of you, whether through postcards, phone calls, emails, or social media, has been heartwarming and inspiring, and keeps us going.
Cornerstone is resilient, adaptable and creative, but it is because of you that we were able to keep working in communities throughout this tumultuous year. As we approach 2021, we are asking for your continued support. Donating today will enable us to fulfill our mission and continue making an impact in the year ahead.
In 2021, we’ll be re-imagining What Happens Next, our play created with and performed by veterans, as an online project. We will continue working on the D/N/Lakota Project in South Dakota and will be starting a new project in the South Los Angeles community of Rancho San Pedro, as well as, working with incarcerated individuals at Wasco State Prison through the California Arts Council’s Arts in Corrections Program.
We don’t know exactly what the future will look like or where it will take us, but we are prepared to meet the very real challenges ahead. We not only plan to continue our work serving communities through theater, we aspire to do it even better than before, more consciously and with more impact.
We hope you will support us in our work as we do our best to do our part to make the world a better, more just and equitable place, one community at a time.
Please click here to make a donation to our Finding Strength In Community campaign.
From all of us here at Cornerstone, thank you!