From Area 405 Press Release:

There are 4,000 children in foster care in Baltimore City and all should benefit from a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer. CASA makes a difference in the present and has a real impact on the future of these young people’s lives.

Showcase your work to a motivated audience of patrons and ¬†give a voice to the children in Baltimore’s foster care system.

CASA wants to do everything it can to e

There are 4,000 children in foster care in Baltimore City and all should benefit from a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer. CASA makes a difference in the present and has a real impact on the future of these young people’s lives.

Showcase your work to a motivated audience of patrons, and become part of our mission to give a voice to the children in Baltimore’s foster care system.

CASA wants to do everything it can to encourage more support for the wonderful, generous community of artists who support their cause. This year, as a way of thanking the artists who donate, CASA is offering 30% of the proceeds of items auctioned at the Art of Caring Benefit back to the artists. CASA is accepting up to five pieces of art from each artist as another way to boost patron support and showcase each artist who participates.

Please consider contributing to CASA and help change the realities of neglected and abused children in our city by participating in the Third Annual Art of Caring, April 28, 2013 at AREA 405.

AREA 405 is honored to be able to donate its space for this worth while cause and we hope you will consider participating either by submitting work to the auction, or by attending the benefit – whose proceeds make a real difference in the lives of Baltimore’s most vulnerable children.

The donation of your art to this event makes a strong statement: Grown- ups in Baltimore care and don’t accept abuse as status quo.

ncourage more support for the wonderful, generous community of artists who support their cause. This year, as a way of thanking the artists who donate, CASA is offering 30% of the proceeds of items auctioned at the Art of Caring Benefit back to the artists. CASA is accepting up to five pieces of art from each artist as another way to boost patron support and showcase each artist who participates.

Please consider contributing to CASA and help change the realities of neglected and abused children in our city by participating in the Third Annual Art of Caring, April 28, 2013 at AREA 405.

AREA 405 is honored to be able to donate its space for this worth while cause and we hope you will consider participating either by submitting work to the auction, or by attending the benefit – whose proceeds make a real difference in the lives of Baltimore’s most vulnerable children.

The donation of your art to this event makes a strong statement: Grown- ups in Baltimore care and don’t accept abuse as status quo.

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