Current Exhibit

Arthritis Foundation Exhibit

With nearly 300,000 children suffering from juvenile arthritis (JA), the Arthritis Foundation is leading the way in providing support for the unique and urgent needs of families affected by JA. For almost seven decades, the Arthritis Foundation has been committed to providing resources for JA families, including scholarships to attend national JA conferences, summer camps for children with JA, local JA family days for educational and networking opportunities, and much more.

You will be redirected to Arthritis Foundation's website for donations.

Arthritis Foundation | Juvenile Arthritis

The Arthritis Foundation plays a significant role in support for the arthritis community, helping those with arthritis conquer everyday battles through life-changing information and resources, access to optimal care, advancements in science and community connections.

The current exhibit features artwork created by youth who have been affected by JA and fight through the pain in their daily lives. Appleton hosted multiple art classes for children living with JA, offering the chance for these young warriors to connect with others who face similar issues and to express their experiences creatively. The exhibit features a vibrant collection of paintings and digital art, with the goal of raising awareness of juvenile arthritis and the needs of individuals and families affected by it.