Kyra Coates Art

Partner Nonprofits

Our Partner Nonprofits

The general perspective in the world is that art is luxury, not a service. I strive to change that paradigm and make it both by empowering artists to use their art as a means of supporting and empowering others as well as themselves and empowering collectors to express themselves through the art they purchase while also knowing they are contributing to the betterment of our world as their purchase directly supports a nonprofit. 

All artists that show their work with Infuse Gallery have selected a partner nonprofit to donate a percentage of their commission sale. This donation is then matched by Infuse Gallery.

Below is the list of nonprofits supported by Kyra Coates, Infuse Gallery and the partner artists.


Infuse Gallery has partnered with Central Asia Institute, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower communities of Central Asia through literacy and education, especially for girls; to promote peace through education; and to convey the importance of these activities globally.


Creativity Explored advances the value and diversity of artistic expression. Since 1983, we have provided artists with developmental disabilities the means to create, exhibit, and sell their art in our studios and gallery, and around the world.

Redline's Reach Studio

RedLine's Reach Studio program is an opportunity for socially engaged artists who may have experienced homelessness or hardships to collaborate, create, and share ideas in an inclusive community.


Blossomy Project is a registered 501(c)3 and works to empower survivors of human trafficking and gender based violence through self expression.  Blossomy Project programs are based in Kolkata, India and include workshops and trainings in photography and movement therapy. Our vision is for youth, especially young women and girls, to feel valued and empowered by using the arts as a path to healing and autonomy.


PAVE (Promoting Awareness / Victim Empowerment) is the only national nonprofit that works both to prevent sexual assault and heal survivors through social advocacy, prevention education and survivor support. PAVE empowers students, parents, and civic leaders to end sexual violence with prevention education promoting respect of oneself and each other. Additionally, PAVE creates a safe space for survivors to thrive after trauma.