Chartered in 1989, Morningstar Publications, Inc. (dba: MorningStar Cultural Arts Group and MStarArts.org) is a 501c(3) 100% volunteer non-profit organization operating within a Jewish context that educates, empowers and entertains diverse audiences with unique events and varied experiences.
Having completed 900 programs and projects by the end of our 25th year, MorningStar's legacy projects still need your tax deductible financial and volunteer support:
- TREELoft (A GA oral history project now housed at the Bull Street Library)
- TRiP (a gynecological and genetic cancer awareness and advocacy project), and
- Midtown Miracle Community Garden (a garden community whose produce benefit the up to 6000 children served by the Second Harvest Food Bank).
Our programs are multi-generational (children to seniors) and multi-cultural as we attempt to bridge gaps in communities to strengthen Savannah and the surrounding cities. Our spectrum of participants spans emerging artists to veterans in programs, exhibits, workshops, films, concerts and print media projects. Since 2008 our TRiP (Teal Ribbon Project) has increased BRCA and HPV-related cancer awareness by sponsoring health fairs, symposiums, support services for cancer patients and their families and our bi-weekly Cancer Answer Cable TV show.
MStarArts.org is 100% volunteer run and promotes cultural arts education and health resources and provides these events free and opened to the community. We welcome your participation and support!