Donate for The RAW Project Denver 2018! The RAW Project (, a 501c3 non-profit, brings mural artists from around the world to transform underfunded public schools into better learning environments for students.

We go to schools in communities living below the poverty line, refugee victims and local minorities. Our incredible results lead to higher test scores, an increase in school enrollment, a rise in class attendance, an extreme drop in school violence, and an overall boost in school spirit.

Max Zorn and Stick Together Arts will match donations up to $5,000 in support of giving back, email to donate and learn more about supporting the project.

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Your donations go to funding the projects needs in materials and overall costs to cover the time and creation of these artworks. This September we’re invited back by the City of Denver and Denver Public Schools to continue with our award-winning curation of artists to deliver museum quality visual art. Sponsorship packets are available, as well as private donor appreciation packets.

HUFFINGTON POST: 80 Graffiti Artists Tagged A ‘Prison-Like’ School To Show That Low-Income Kids Deserve The Arts Too

FinDAC (IRE) at Jose De Diego Middle School 2016.


NPR: Art That Transformed A Miami Neighborhood Now Making Its Schools Cool

Left to Right: Kevin Ledo (CAN), Shepard Fairey (US) and Paola Delfin (MEX) works at Eneida M Hartner Elementary School.


ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE: Wynwood’s Jose De Diego Middle School have been transformed

Case MaCLAIM (DE) artwork 2017 at Eneide Hartner Elementary School




Left to right: Shark Toof (US), D*FACE (UK)


Shepard Fairey ata Eneida Hartner Elementary

Marinda Capdevilla (ESP)

Pipsqueek WasHere! (NED)

ZED1 paints Jose de Diego Middle School

ZED1 paints Jose de Diego Middle School for Stick Together and RAW Wynwood projects. Photo by Alessandro Abate

In 2015 Stick Together teamed up with The RAW Project to enrich the lives of underfunded schools . As a permanent partner, we are proud to announce the project is furthering itself to better learning environments on a nationwide level. For more, visit