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Did you notice the “Ask me how I can help the Task Force!” sticker your child was wearing home from school this week? Did you ask them what it meant? This year the Life is Art team is once again incorporating a service learning project into our fundraising efforts, to go along with our mission of actively seeking opportunities to serve others. With service and compassion for others at the pinnacle of our mission statement, we searched for a way to benefit other Douglas County families, while raising money to benefit our own children and their education. Since we believe life is art, we are again creating a beautiful piece of artwork that will remind the crews of their service towards others. Renaissance crews are getting “tied in” by tying a ribbon of hope to our service project Rainbow Cloud art piece.
We are asking our Renaissance families to bring in non-perishable goods to help fill this section of the Douglas/Elbert Task Force food bank that often goes unfilled. Families in our very own community are short on the very basic necessities of life – toiletries, toothpaste, diapers, soap, etc. These are simple items, often items we purchase multiples of from Costco without even giving it a thought. Donating these items will, however, mean the world to those in need.
The Douglas/Elbert Task Force is a 501(c)3 non-profit human service organization dedicated to providing assistance to people in Douglas and Elbert County who are in serious economic need, at risk of homelessness, or in a similar crisis.
Items will be collected at our school from March 3-21, coinciding with our Life is Art Fundraiser and Life Is Art: Artists’ Edition. Items needed are listed below:
Get Tied In!
Join us for the 4th annual Life is Art benefit for Renaissance Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound School! This fundraiser is an adults-only evening of music, food, cocktails, auction, and a celebration of art within our community! The 2014 event will benefit important programs in our school as well as technology rejuvenation which will help our students for years to come! We feel that life is art – fine art, culinary arts, visual arts, fashion arts, and so much more – let’s celebrate that!
If you have any questions at all please feel free to contact us: email@example.com
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Tiffany Reckseen & Amy Stephens – Life is Art Co-Chairs