KOTC Logo (c) 1996 Columbus Knox
I AM BECAUSE WE ARE
Membership is open to anyone and everyone who is in support of our mission. We are open to youth, and artists/members include storytellers, educators, poets, authors, visual artists, sculptors, vocalist, craft persons, musicians and dancers.
"Until the lion has his or her own storyteller,
the hunter will always be the victor" (English)
Kenya & Zimbabwe proverb
* ORGANIZATIONAL VOICE & VOTE
* CREATIVE EXCHANGE GATHERINGS
* COACHING & MENTORING
* PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITIES
* MARKETING WORKSHOPS
* STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS
* RESOURCE HANDBOOK
* LISTING ON KOTC WEBSITE
* PHOTO HEAD SHOT
* NETWORKING WITH CREATIVES
* GUEST STORYTELLING SPEAKERS
* YOU TUBE VIDEO
* BOOKS - MUSIC & SONG EXCHANGE
Membership/support/donations payments may be submitted via PAY PAL, by mail or in person at our monthly meetings.
Dues are accepted in one full payment or in 12 monthly installments.
Please scroll further down to our "With YOU, KOTC grows" section, to submit dues via PAY PAL
LEVELS of MEMBERSHIP / SUPPORT
INDIVIDUAL ADULT - $100 a year (less than $10 a month!)
YOUTH - $25 (under 18 or full-time student)
ELDERS - $80 (over 60)
SUPPORTING - $150
LIFE MEMBER - $500.00
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If for any reason, you are unable to downloaded the membership form below, please contact us to receive the form by e-mail or come to our meetings & join us in person. Asante sana!
KOTC is a non-profit organization. Your generous tax-deductible donations will fund our mission.
Contributions will also allow us to bring quality arts-in-education programs to under served schools and neighborhoods in Philadelphia and in the PA, NJ, DE tri-state area.
KOTC accept checks or money orders via KOTC P. O. Box 15083, Phila. PA 19130.
ALSO, for your convenience feel free to securely submit your credit or debit card for membership payments or to make a donation, click on the PAY PAL button below.
Asante Sana! Thank you!
AYA the Adinkra symbol of endurance and resourcefulness.
The fern is a hardy plant that can grow in difficult places.
"An individual who wears this symbol suggests that he has endured many adversities and outlasted much difficulty."
(Willis, The Adinkra Dictionary)