. . . that I will cut my hair if you make a donation to the Attleboro Arts Museum’s Annual Fund?
Despite funding deficits this past year and with the Herculean effort on part of the reduced staff and committed volunteers, the Museum has had some outstanding accomplishments.
DID YOU KNOW that this past year record numbers of people attended one of the community’s favorite events, the Flower Show at the Attleboro Arts Museum?
DID YOU KNOW that hundreds of artists from across the United States have entered juried and member exhibitions at the Attleboro Arts Museum?
DID YOU KNOW that 10,000 people attended the first Attleboro “Expo for the Senses” cultural festival? Over 50 artists/crafters had a venue to exhibit and sell their work.
DID YOU KNOW that over 800 children and adults from 31 surrounding communities attended art camps, classes and workshops? Some with Museum scholarships.
Together we can maintain these opportunities for the youth and adults in our communities. Your donation to the Annual Fund will ensure that the Attleboro Arts Museum will continue to transform lives through the arts.
If you make a $10 donation or more to the Annual Fund I will cut my ponytail, get a crewcut or even shave my head.
You have until the end of the month, June 30 to make a donation and you can do it online. The Museum has a secure site (click the link below). Just make sure where it says DONATION TYPE you select Annual Fund; and where you are asked HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT US? type in “Haircut.”
Click on the scissors above to make your online donation or
mail a check to the Attleboro Arts Museum, 86 Park St., Attleboro, MA 02703 make sure you put “Annual Fund/Haircut” on the check, or stop by the Museum and drop off your donation.
All donations are tax-deductible and help support the
Attleboro Arts Museum’s Annual Fund.
I will get my ponytail cut, get a crewcut or shave my head depending on the donations made by June 30, 2010. I will be posting the totals as I get them with the grand total to following after the 30th. Before and after pictures and maybe even a video to prove that I followed through.