Thursday, November 29, 2012

Greeting and Donation Cards

Seasonal greeting and donation cards are now just a click away through a partnership between the Spring Branch Education Foundation (SBEF) and the AltharettaYeargin Art Museum (AYAM). SBISD students designed the cards. All proceeds benefit SBEF and AYAM.

Foundation and Museum Partner to Offer Donation and Greeting Cards
All artists are Spring Branch ISD students
A partnership between Spring Branch Education Foundation (SBEF) and the Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum (AYAM) offers the community a selection of donation and greeting cards. All are designed by local artists – Spring Branch ISD students. Each purchase benefits SBEF and AYAM.
 “The cards are beautiful,” said Cece Thompson, SBEF executive director. “They convey greetings while supporting the Museum and Foundation, and both organizations enhance the education of Spring Branch students.”
Donation Cards

Donation cards will make short work of holiday shopping. Instead of looking for “just the right gift,” this card lets the recipient know a donation has been made in his or her honor. Proceeds benefit SBEF and AYAM. All donations are tax deductible.
“Donation cards, in five designs, are the perfect way to honor a teacher, friend or loved one,” Thompson said.
A set of 10 cards is available for $100 and a set of 25 for $225. Each card is imprinted with the message: A special gift has been made on your behalf to the Spring Branch Education Foundation and the SBISD Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum and is ready for the giver’s signature.

Greeting Cards

Buyers may choose from five selections of greeting cards: holiday (three designs included), Christmas (three designs), Hanukkah (two designs), thank you (one design) and note cards (three designs). These greeting cards are available in boxes of 15 and are $25 per box.

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Cards will be mailed or can be picked up at the SBEF office, 955 Campbell Road, Suite 206, or the Museum, located at 901 Yorkchester.
About Spring Branch Education Foundation

The Foundation’s mission is to enhance the quality of education for every student in SBISD. Founded in 1993, SBEF provides donors with a vehicle for making tax-deductible gifts to the district. The Foundation has raised more than $7 million and received the Houston Business Promise Award from the Greater Houston Partnership.
About Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum
The nation’s only museum located on a public school campus, AYAM provides a unique educational resource for SBISD. The museum contains more than 600 artifacts and fine art pieces representing cultures around the world, from antiquity to present. Located on the campus of The Westchester Academy of International Studies, the Museum hosts student visits and staff development, as well as district and community art events.


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