APULU issues Canadian tax receipts for all donations.

APULU art scholarships are targeted at prospective art students. These scholarships are aimed at a multitude of students who have creative experience and secondary / post-secondary portfolios with undeniable artistic talent. Potential candidates must demonstrate passion and a dedication to a specific artistic field. APULU covers a variety of different disciplines including but not limited to:

 

English Literature (Creative Writing & Journalism)

Drama

Performing Arts

Film (Television & Broadcasting)

Dance

Fashion

Photography

Fine Arts (Drawing, Painting, & Sculpting)

Video Game Design

Music (Vocals & Instrumental)

Design (Graphic Design, Interior Design, Sound Design & Industrial Design)

Architecture

 

This private art scholarship fund exists independent to any particular college or university, and thus applicants can apply anytime.

The World Health Organization defines mental health as "a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.” In collaboration with this it states that, “Mental health and well-being are fundamental to our collective and individual ability as humans to think, emote, interact with each other, earn a living and enjoy life. On this basis, the promotion, protection and restoration of mental health can be regarded as a vital concern of individuals, communities and societies throughout the world."

 

Mental illnesses (both disorders and diseases) alternately known as psychiatric disorders serve to affect all aspects of positive psychology or holism. Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy - clinically proven it is used in the treatment of mental disorders such as: depression, eating, schizophrenia, anxiety, panic, et cetera. APULU is currently developing programmes which provide art supplies to patients in support of their psychotherapy needs. We are currently accepting donations of art supplies, books, musical instruments, and other such resources to be used in art therapy.

 

For more information please click HERE.

 

 

The Charities Directorate is a federal branch of the Canada Revenue Agency that oversees the operations of charitable organizations in Canada, in conjunction with the CRA these organizations are govern by the Canadian Income Tax Act. Registered charities under the Income Tax Act exist as a "charitable organization", "public foundation" or "private foundation”. The Government of Canada regulates the more than 85,600 registered charities in Canada, and annual reporting is mandatory by the Charities Directorate / Canada Revenue Agency to obtain these reports filed by APULU, please click HERE.

 

To view APULU’s website terms and conditions please click HERE.

 

For information on how the scholarship benefit is calculated please click HERE.

 Office Address:

 3 Catherine Avenue

 Aurora, Ontario

 Canada

 L4G 1K4

 416-900-6220

To arrange a donation or to inquire about our art resources, please email us at: info@apulu.org

© APULU All Rights Reserved - Charity Directorate / Canada Revenue Agency Number: 80927 2370 RR0001

APULU issues Canadian tax receipts for all donations.

APULU art scholarships are targeted at prospective art students. These scholarships are aimed at a multitude of students who have creative experience and secondary / post-secondary portfolios with undeniable artistic talent. Potential candidates must demonstrate passion and a dedication to a specific artistic field. APULU covers a variety of different disciplines including but not limited to:

 

English Literature (Creative Writing & Journalism)

Drama

Performing Arts

Film (Television & Broadcasting)

Dance

Fashion

Photography

Fine Arts (Drawing, Painting, & Sculpting)

Video Game Design

Music (Vocals & Instrumental)

Design (Graphic Design, Interior Design, Sound Design & Industrial Design)

Architecture

 

This private art scholarship fund exists independent to any particular college or university, and thus applicants can apply anytime.

The World Health Organization defines mental health as "a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.” In collaboration with this it states that, “Mental health and well-being are fundamental to our collective and individual ability as humans to think, emote, interact with each other, earn a living and enjoy life. On this basis, the promotion, protection and restoration of mental health can be regarded as a vital concern of individuals, communities and societies throughout the world."

 

Mental illnesses (both disorders and diseases) alternately known as psychiatric disorders serve to affect all aspects of positive psychology or holism. Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy - clinically proven it is used in the treatment of mental disorders such as: depression, eating, schizophrenia, anxiety, panic, et cetera. APULU is currently developing programmes which provide art supplies to patients in support of their psychotherapy needs. We are currently accepting donations of art supplies, books, musical instruments, and other such resources to be used in art therapy.

 

For more information please click HERE.

 

 

The Charities Directorate is a federal branch of the Canada Revenue Agency that oversees the operations of charitable organizations in Canada, in conjunction with the CRA these organizations are govern by the Canadian Income Tax Act. Registered charities under the Income Tax Act exist as a "charitable organization", "public foundation" or "private foundation”. The Government of Canada regulates the more than 85,600 registered charities in Canada, and annual reporting is mandatory by the Charities Directorate / Canada Revenue Agency to obtain these reports filed by APULU, please click HERE.

 

To view APULU’s website terms and conditions please click HERE.

 

For information on how the scholarship benefit is calculated please click HERE.

 

Office Address:

 3 Catherine Avenue

 Aurora, Ontario

 Canada

 L4G 1K4

 416-900-6220

To arrange a donation or to inquire about our art resources, please email us at: info@apulu.org

© APULU All Rights Reserved - Charity Directorate / Canada Revenue Agency Number: 80927 2370 RR0001

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APULU issues Canadian tax receipts for all donations.

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The Charities Directorate is a federal branch of the Canada Revenue Agency  that oversees the operations of charitable organizations in Canada, in conjunction with the CRA these organizations are govern by the Canadian Income Tax Act. Registered charities under the Income Tax Act exist as a "charitable organization", "public foundation" or "private foundation”. The Government of Canada regulates the more than 85,600 registered charities in Canada, and annual reporting is mandatory by the Charities Directorate / Canada Revenue Agency to obtain these reports filed by APULU, please click HERE.

 

To view APULU’s website terms and conditions please click HERE.

 

For information on how the scholarship benefit is calculated please click HERE.

To arrange a donation or to inquire about our art resources, please email us at: info@apulu.org

© APULU All Rights Reserved - Charity Directorate / Canada Revenue Agency Number: 80927 2370 RR0001

 Office Address:

 3 Catherine Ave

 Aurora, Ontario

 Canada

 L4G 1K4

 416-900-6220