Community Partner Profile: ThinkShout
Join us at City Hall on Thursday July 18th, from 12pm – 2pm for the unveiling of “Destiny’s Child,” a 16’ multi-piece mural of future Tennis hall-of-famer, Serena Williams, made by p:ear youth and renowned artist, Jesse Hazelip.
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An amazing evening celebrating 17 years of p:ear's work with homeless youth!
p:ear and Old Town neighbor ThinkShout, a digital and design agency that also happens to be a certified B-Corp, have been partners since 2015. Connecting over art and focused on the needs of our local community, ThinkShout employees have supported p:ear creative events like the upcoming Smiths to Smithereens 80s College Rock Benefit Concert as well as working with pear’s art program to create cool tee shirts.
ThinkShout is a model for community partnerships, with their innovative approach to impact through both fiscal support and programmatic workshops. Pippa Arend, p:ear development director
Seeing the positive impact p:ear has on the lives of students first-hand was so inspiring. They’ve established a model for success that works and helps students lead productive, independent lives with a bright future. Natania LeClerc, Senior Digital Engagement Strategist ThinkShout
p:ear is proud to partner with such committed businesses like ThinkShout and looks forward to future collaborations!