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Last call to #AmplifyATX!

Last call to #AmplifyATX!
Only a few hours remain to #AmplifyATX! A big thank you to everyone who has already made a gift. We are up to over 40 generous donors and only $200 away from meeting our goal! If you have not yet joined this city-wide celebration, we hope you will take the opportunity to make a donation to the Blanton's community programs before 6pm!
The next person to make a gift of $100 or more will receive a Fuji instant camera with film!
One of our community partners, Art From the Streets (AFTS), serves the local homeless community. The following testimonial from their executive director reflects on the gallery and art-making program their group participated in:

"It was wonderful, challenging, inviting, and will open doors for them – not only to the riches within the Blanton, but to something within themselves that they never suspected.”
And a parent had this to say about Deeper Dives, our summer gallery and studio experience for families with children ages 8-12:

"We have been to a session for the last three years...this is one of the best kept secrets in Austin for families!"
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If you have already contributed to the Blanton during Amplify Austin, we thank you!

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track the Amplify Austin campaign using #AmplifyATX

Amplify Austin gifts are 100% tax-deductible and may not be applied towards Blanton membership.
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