Blood Assurance Foundation Partners With Spirited Art For Fundraiser

Monday, April 21, 2014

The Blood Assurance Foundation and Spirited Art have joined together for a fundraising event. Spirited Art in Chattanooga will donate proceeds from each registration on Thursday, May 8, to the foundation.  

“Dogwood Lovebirds” will be the painting for that night. Door prizes and snacks will be available for participants. Cost is $35 per person, and includes all painting materials.

BAF was established through Blood Assurance in 1999 as a separate 501(c)3 non-profit organization. BAF serves a 47 county region that includes parts of Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and Virginia. Programs facilitated through BAF include the Crystal Green Memorial Scholarship fund, the Excellence in Education program, and Be the Match. Future BAF fundraising plans include securing contributions for new lab equipment, bloodmobiles and/or donor beds. 

To register for this event, go to myspiritedart.com and click on the Chattanooga calendar for May 8. Spirited Art is at 1925 Gunbarrel Road in Suite 115, behind Chili’s at Hamilton Place. For more information about Spirited Art, call 531-6278 or email spiritedartchattanooga@gmail.com.

 
For more information about its programs or to make a contribution to the Blood Assurance Foundation, please contact Linda Hisey, Executive Director of PR & Development at 1-800-962-0628 or LindaHisey@BloodAssurance.org. More information can also be found at www.BloodAssurance.org/contribute.

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