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We’re Going to Make $30K Today!

WOW, what an amazing day!  Thanks to your generosity we’ve had a HUGE surge in donations and are in FIRST place on the “most donors” leader board with 472 donors, AND FIRST on the “most dollars” leader board with over $26,000 in donations! We’re on the brink of surpassing our one day fundraising goal of $30K through Spring2Action! Check out our progress!

Be a part of this historic fundraising campaign for the arts in Alexandria and become a “30-Something” for The Art League!!

We have until midnight to cement our standing at the top. By donating any amount between now and midnight tonight, you could help us win these two $5,000 grants to help fund our Madison Annex Project! We already won three $500 grants today thanks to your generosity AND two $100 bonus prizes. Let’s keep the momentum going!

We’re also fighting for first on the Individual Fundraiser Leader board, and could win another $3,000 grant. Make your donation through Executive Director Linda Hafer’s page or student Marie Drissel’s page. These donations count towards our overall total.

YOU could be the ONE that keeps us in 1st place! Please help us by making a donation or by helping us spread the word!

Thank you so much for your support!

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