Friends of Moxie

Sterling Hill Productions
Sterling Hill productions is an award winning studio specializing in design, production, and packaging of books. Its services include all tasks from concept through bound book, including book development and editing, copyediting, book and cover design, typesetting, composition, prepress, and printing. Drawing on more than 15 years of experience in publishing, Sterling Hill Productions continues to meet the needs of its clients, from single title projects to entire list production. Clients range from multi-title international book publishers to single-title regional self-publishers.
Vermont Arts Council
The Vermont Arts Council was founded in 1964 on a simple and powerful premise: that the arts enrich lives, expand minds, and form a vital thread in the fabric of Vermont community life. The Council fosters classical, traditional, and emerging forms of artistic expression. It finds enduring ways to make the arts a part of all Vermont communities, bringing inspiration to Vermont citizens and visitors in every corner of the state. It advocates for and supports the arts as a central part of education for all people. As the only not-for-profit state arts agency in the country, we are uniquely qualified to unite both public and private resources to serve the following mission: To advance and preserve the arts at the center of Vermont communities.
River Arts
River Arts is a community arts organization based in Morrisville, Vermont, which formed in 1999 as the result of a community planning forum that set creating an intergenerational community arts center as a top priority. At that time, there were no arts programs available to most residents of Lamoille County. Since 2000, they have offered classes, workshops, exhibits, concerts, and other special events to the residents of Lamoille County for free or at affordable costs. Their mission is to enrich the community through the arts.
Off Center for the Dramatic Arts
Off Center for the Dramatic Arts is a non-profit (501(c,)3,) theater created as an affordable, accessible performance space for productions by local and visiting theater artists, as well as being a venue for educational opportunities for area students. The concept of a dedicated, professional, yet reasonably priced theater space is a unique one in the city of Burlington, Vermont. Off Center plays host to not only theatrical productions, including staged readings and new works, but also musical performances and classes in theater arts.
Waterbury Activities & Cultural Center

ReBuild Waterbury
ReBuild Waterbury formed as a result of the devastating flooding from Tropical Storm Irene that occurred during the night and early morning of August 28-29, 2011. In the days after the storm, Waterbury Town and Village officials, together with hundreds of volunteers, worked tirelessly to respond to the immediate needs of the affected residents and business owners. As the emergency needs for safety, food, shelter, clothing and community infrastructure were addressed, it became apparent that a long-term recovery effort would be required to provide assistance, particularly to homeowners.
Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center
Main Street Landing created a performing arts center that includes daily rental spaces. We have the Great Room, Atrium, Black Box, Film House, Lake Lobby, Board Room, The Gallery, and the Train Station. These spaces allow people to experience the building without having to be a tenant. Thousands of people use these spaces for meetings, events, film showings, fundraisers, private parties, drama and performances, talent shows, and the list goes on. It is very popular and the prices are reduced for non-profits and performances.