Greenwich House Pottery’s Summer Arts Program for Kids

Greenwich House Pottery’s Summer Arts Program for Kids

Non-profit ceramics studio Greenwich House Pottery (GHP) in New York City is in the running for a $5,000 grant that they’ll use to fund summer arts programming for NYC kids in need. And they need your vote.
For more than 100 years, Greenwich House Pottery has offered classes and workshops to New Yorkers of all ages. Greenwich House offers health, arts, education, and social services to New Yorkers in need.
You can vote online every day until Nov. 1 and help Greenwich House Pottery get the funding to provide free summer ceramics and mixed media classes for NYC kids. The funding will give GHP a chance to help a group of deserving young artists, all thanks to the Pepsi Refresh Project.
The more people you tell, the more votes they’ll get!

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