We are Life Pieces to Masterpieces (LPTM), a youth program that uses artistic expression to develop character and leadership, unlock potential, and prepare African-American boys and young men to transform their lives and communities. We currently serve seventy boys and young men in Wards 7 and 8 in Washington, DC (visit our website www.lifepieces.org to learn more).

This year we celebrate our 25th anniversary: 25 years of CREATING ART...CHANGING LIVES

25 years of CHANGING how Black boys and young men see themselves. 25 years of CHANGING how the world sees Black boys and young men. 25 years of our Black boys and young men CHANGING how the world understands our shared humanity.

One year on from being forced to reimagine what love, security, and expression can look like, we're ready to celebrate! Join us in our celebration of Life Pieces’ 25th anniversary and donate today, helping us to lift ourselves and each other out of a challenging year, where racial injustice and inequity was brought to light through the pandemic, our education system, and the trauma that has been felt by our youth and families.


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Life Pieces To Masterpieces



We are Life Pieces to Masterpieces (LPTM), a youth program that uses artistic expression to develop character and leadership, unlock potential, and prepare African-American boys and young men to transform their lives and communities. We currently serve seventy boys and young men in Wards 7 and 8 in Washington, DC (visit our website www.lifepieces.org to learn more).

This year we celebrate our 25th anniversary: 25 years of CREATING ART...CHANGING LIVES

25 years of CHANGING how Black boys and young men see themselves. 25 years of CHANGING how the world sees Black boys and young men. 25 years of our Black boys and young men CHANGING how the world understands our shared humanity.

One year on from being forced to reimagine what love, security, and expression can look like, we're ready to celebrate! Join us in our celebration of Life Pieces’ 25th anniversary and donate today, helping us to lift ourselves and each other out of a challenging year, where racial injustice and inequity was brought to light through the pandemic, our education system, and the trauma that has been felt by our youth and families.