ENINSULA FAMILIES WITH SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN ENCOURAGED TO DONATE TO PALOS VERDES ART CENTER’S CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
The Palos Verdes Art Center / Beverly G. Alpay Center for Arts Education presents an exciting new way for the community to donate to the Palos Verdes Art Center’s capital campaign. Jay and Carol Borzi have pledged a $50,000 challenge grant that will match contributions to the Palos Verdes Art Center’s 80th Anniversary Legacy Campaign. This challenge grant will match gifts from families with children through the 12th grade on a dollar-for-dollar basis.
Due to the dedication and value the Art At Your Fingertips docents add to our Peninsulas’ educational art programs, a 2:1 challenge will provide two dollars for every dollar contributed by Art At Your Fingertips docents, currently serving in that capacity or within the past two years. The Art Center offers outstanding educational programs for Peninsula youth with its school-based programs: Art At Your Fingertips and Partners In Art, and our wide-ranging studio art classes for toddlers through teens. The Borzi Family Challenge Grant will help to fund PVAC’s facility’s major redevelopment building project.
A Special Donor Reception will be offered to those who donate $333 or more. The Special Donor Reception will be held on Friday, November 16 at a private residence in Rolling Hills. Donations can be made by visiting: www.pvartcenter.org or by calling (310) 541-2479.
The Palos Verdes Art Center, a non-profit community organization celebrating its 81st anniversary, has provided the South Bay with visual arts education, exhibition and outreach programming since 1931. For more information on Palos Verdes Art Center events, please call (310) 541-2479 or visit: www.pvartcenter.org