Green at HeART

A THRIFTY GIFT MARKET 

FOR THE GREEN AT HEART

As we welcome the season of gratitude and paying it forward, JUMP has an easy way to make a difference in our community. Do you have framed artwork taking up space in your garage? JUMP is seeking previously enjoyed art that can find a loving new home during the Green at HeART Thrifty Gift Market at JUMP on Saturday, December 17th from 3:00 – 8:00 p.m.

While hunting for artistic treasures through the festively decorated indoor market, guests will enjoy hot beverages, sweet treats and holiday entertainment including a community sing-a-long. Gently enjoyed framed art pieces of all varieties will be available for purchase to warm a new heart and home. 100% of the proceeds are benefitting the YMCA Artist in Residency Program.

Artwork can be dropped off at JUMP during open Lobby hours 10 a.m.—6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday until the event. Leave your art donation with the JUMP team at the front desk. You can also drop off artwork at your local YMCA. If you have questions about donations or collection times, please email assist@jumpboise.org or call us at 208-639-6610.

*Note: No tax benefits will be provided for donations. Unpurchased items will NOT be returned, they will be donated to benefit the Idaho Youth Ranch.

ART DROP OFF LOCATIONS

JUMP | 1000 W. MYRTLE ST. BOISE ID 83702

YMCA DOWNTOWN BOISE | 1050 W State St, Boise, ID 83702

YMCA WEST BOISE | 5959 N Discovery Pl, Boise, ID 83713

YMCA SOUTH MERIDIAN | 5155 S Hillsdale Ave, Meridian, ID 83642


The YMCA Residence Program with Stephanie Werntz

The Treasure Valley YMCA Artist in Residence Program offers a creative arts workshop to promote a sense of healing and recovery for people living with cancer and/or neurological disorders. These workshops are at no cost to the participants and are funded solely on donations and grants. The Proceeds from Green at HeART will go directly to this program. The YMCA Artist in Residence Program has been around for nearly nine years, and is modeled after the Creative Center in New York City and based on the philosophy that “Medicine cures the body, but art heals the spirit.”

IN THE MEDIA

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