BayFirst is Proud to Donate $100,000 to Arts Conservatory for Teens

April 26, 2021

BayFirst is here for our community by supporting organizations like the Arts Conservatory for Teens (ACT).  ACT is dedicated to improving the lives of teens by providing arts education to underserved school systems and communities.  

Last week, we were thrilled to donate $100,000 to the cause, which was generously matched by The Berset Family.  A few of the talented students from ACT attended the event to perform.  They moved the audience with beautiful poetry readings and singing! 

This organization serves over 2,500 youth and teens throughout our community and we are happy to continue to help support their mission.


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