Art to Beat Cancer for Children’s Research Institute

Fellow artist, Doyle Glass, put a little bug in my ear about some wonderful work being done in Dallas. Doyle’s wife Kim passed away from breast cancer this past December at the young age of 46. Because of this, he has devoted his life to helping find a cure for cancer. Cancer touches so many lives in such a profound way, I know you’ll all be pleased to learn about ART TO BEAT CANCER.

Doyle has organized the inaugural ART TO BEAT CANCER for Children’s Research Institute, which will occur on May 8, 6-8 PM at the Miller Event Center at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX.

ATBC for CRI is an art auction in which all proceeds benefit the “Kim Hazelwood Glass Endowment for Cancer Research at Children’s Research Institute.”

ALL PROCEEDS, INCLUDING TICKET SALES, WILL BE MATCHED, thereby doubling the donation to cancer research at CRI.

How can you help?

  • Spread the word. The more people reached, the better.
  • Buy tickets and attend the benefit. Individual tickets are only $35 and couples $50.
  • I can’t attend, but I have family in the area so I gifting them tickets.
  • Bid on artwork.
  • Donate cash if you can.
  • Spread the word. The more people reached, the better.

Bids on artwork are underway at https://www.biddingforgood.com/auction/auctionhome.action?auctionId=230666008

You can help out by purchasing ticket to attend, making a donation or bidding on artwork. (You can bid on artwork now at the link below). Individual tickets are $35; couple tickets are $50.

Art to Beat Cancer on Facebook

Please spread the word.

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