Art Show Celebrates Creative Achievements of Children with Special Needs
Special Exhibit Features Artwork by Children and Raises Funds for The South Florida Jewish Academy, a School that Celebrates and Educates Children with Special Needs
During the event, guests can view the artwork while enjoying food and refreshments. Some of the young artists will also be on hand to interact with attendees and enjoy the celebration in their honor.
What: Opening reception and auction for The Second Annual Student Art Exhibition - A Show to Benefit The South Florida Jewish Academy. 100% of the proceeds will benefit SFJA.
When: Tuesday December 11, 2012 - 6:00-9:00 pm
Where: Picture People Gallery at the Promenade at Coconut Creek, 4419 Lyons Rd, Space #C-7 ( next door to Justice)
Contact: Kristen DiChiaro, firstname.lastname@example.org, 212.224.0140
Baila Gansburg, Baila@FloridaJewishAcademy.org, 954.427.7788
About Bear Givers
Bear Givers is dedicated to bringing joy to the lives of children in need. Through hospital visits and school programs, this innovative non-profit touches the lives of children and their families with a personal visit and the gift of a soft, cuddly teddy bear. Bear Givers also offers programs that enable special needs children to become givers and experience the thrill and pride of bringing happiness to others. Bear Givers programs include Empowerment, EmpowerArt, Hospital Visits, and Teddy Bear Clinics. For more information, visit beargivers.org.
About The South Florida Jewish Academy
South Florida Jewish Academy knows that children with special needs deserve special care and attention to help them gain confidence and realize their full potential. SFJA works closely with parents to address their children’s different levels of learning in a happy and nurturing environment while placing an emphasis on strengthening their Jewish identities. Children will be taught to be creative, imaginative thinkers, actively involved in academic and social activities that will build self–confidence, self-esteem, self motivation, and pride in their heritage. For more information, visit floridajewishacademy.org