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« on: March 24, 2014, 04:48:36 PM »
What if we all gave on one day? Wednesday, April 9th, 2014 is Alexandria’s Giving Day, a time for our community to come together for 24 hours of unprecedented giving to support the amazing work of Alexandria nonprofits through Spring2ACTion (hosted by ACT for Alexandria and ACTion Alexandria). Spring2ACTion is YOUR chance to make a real impact – every donation you make to Del Ray Artisans on or before April 9th gives us the chance to win additional grants and prizes through Spring2ACTion.  Help raise awareness and funds to support our mission of promoting art for the benefit of artists and the community.
Please show your support by making an online donation to Del Ray Artisans at Donations made before April 9th are scheduled to occur on April 9th in order to make us eligible to compete for the available grants and prizes.
Donations help maintain and enhance our exhibits and programs, as well as support long-range plans to expand our instructional and non-instructional programs in the gallery and community. Last year through Spring2ACTion, Del Ray Artisans patrons donated $850. [Thank you to everyone who donated!] Our 2014 Spring2ACTion fundraising goal is $1000 towards supporting our mission. Every donation is appreciated.
If you would like to take your support to the next level, sign up to be an individual fundraiser for us through Spring2ACTion. For more information, contact Dawn Wyse Hurto at For more information on Spring2ACTion, visit For more information on Del Ray Artisans, visit
Del Ray Artisans gallery is at the Nicholas A. Colasanto Center, 2704 Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia 22301.  Regular gallery hours are: Thursdays 12–6 pm; Fridays 12–9 pm; Saturdays 12–9 pm; and Sundays 12–6 pm.  The gallery is free, open to the public, and handicap accessible.