Dansville ArtWorks is partnering with the Foundation for Dansville Education on a cash raffle fundraiser to benefit both organizations, inviting the community to participate and “Picture the Future.” ArtWorks uses this fundraiser to ensure the organization is sustainable … to keep the arts center doors open and its offerings accessible to the community of art appreciators and creators. The Foundation seeks to ensure its ability to financially support unfunded or underfunded activities critical to children in our community and its annual award to a graduating senior, their Wall of Pride initiative, and the newly formed Dansville Alumni Association. In short, both organizations desire to deepen their commitment and contributions to the Dansville community now and into the future.


Tickets are available at Dansville ArtWorks (153 Main, Dansville, open Thursday through Saturday) and from its board members and volunteers (Nicole Alioto, Leanne Brewer, Syrena Carver, Samantha Davis, Jackie Donohue, Salome Farraro, Jeanne Gridley, and Cris Riedel). Foundation board members selling tickets include Paul Alioto, Sue Sylor, Kim Birmingham, Kim Derrenbacher, Derek Wadsworth, Janet Herrick-Stuczynski and Marilyn Robin.


Dansville ArtWorks Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate and enhance the visual, literary and performing arts opportunities in the greater Dansville community. It operates a community arts center at 153 Main Street, Dansville, featuring a gift shop, exhibition space and art workshops for adults and children. The organization manages Fairy Doors of Dansville, Chalk Walk & ArtsFest, and Open Mic Performing Arts Series. 


The mission of the Foundation for Dansville Education is to secure educational opportunities for the children and youth of Dansville Central School District by preserving and expanding academic programs, with an emphasis on programs most susceptible to cuts or programs not mandated by New York State. The Foundation's activities are centered around enriching the lives of children and the Dansville school community. Since its inception in 2011 (501(c)3 status in 2014), the Foundation has supported our school community in several areas. For more information, www.dansvillecsd.org/Page/2552 and on Fac
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