Autistry Studios Fundraiser for Busy People: A Non-Event Event
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How to Contribute to a Non-Event Event:

 

Step 1: Look at your wardrobe for appropriately formal yet professional Gala wear

 

 

Step 2: Franticly search for someone to watch your kids/cats/parents

Step 3: Relax! Forget about the first 2 steps, you don’t actually need to go anywhere!

 

 

Step 4: Make a donation online or by mail in any amount! http://bit.ly/DonateToAutistry

 

 

Step 5: Accept our thanks! Gifts of $100+ acknowledged on our unique donor wall.

Step 6: Encourage others to join in!
• Forward this invitation to friends and family
Join and invite others to our Facebook event page at http://www.bit.ly/NonEvent
Post images in our online albums.

 

Step 7: Join us at our end-of-year open house to see the studio and celebrate. Saturday December 2, from 4-6pm (But only if you feel like it!)

 

 

 

 

 

♥ Illustrations by Steven Waite

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