Art from the Heart in Roseville on February 6th
On February 6th, 2014 the First Annual "Art from the Heart" fundraiser will be held at the Blue Line Gallery in Roseville.
The money raised will go directly to A Touch of Understanding, an amazing non-profit organization that presents "hands-on" character-building programs in our local schools, teaching respect and understanding for people with disabilities. The message is strong and clear, as one student said, "I get it now! I can be a buddy, not a bully!"
In the last 17 years this organization has reached over 58,000 students and adults in our area.
The event will include silent auction, raffle and live auction, along with good food, wine and a chance to meet and hear from some of the ATOU volunteers.
Purchase tickets by calling the ATOU office at 916-791-4146 or online at: http://www.atouartfromtheheart.org
Art from the Heart
- Thursday, February 6, 2014
- 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
- Blue Line Gallery
405 Vernon Street #100
Roseville, CA 95678
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