Second Chance At Life Art Exhibit Premier Party

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The American Transplant Foundation is excited to announce a unique, never-before-seen event and arts exhibition in Denver, Colorado this April.

Please join us for the Second Chance at Life Exhibit Premier Party Thursday, April 2nd from 6:30-9:00pm.

- Open bar
- Decadent hors d'oeuvres and desserts
- Live DJ
- Virtual Graffiti Wall with photo ops
- Artist Eric Matelski doing a live painting
- Silent auction including vacation packages, jewelery from Hyde Park, and items from Denver's top businesses
- Mingling with the artists
- Opportunity to purchase artwork
- Spring cocktail/business attire

Tickets are only $50 for general admission, or $30 for students.

All proceeds go to the American Transplant Foundation.

Buy your tickets now: https://www.squadup.com/events/scal, or email elle@americantransplantfoundation.org from your college email account to receive student pricing.

Second Chance at Life is a fine arts initiative meant to raise awareness about the importance of organ donation from both living and deceased donors. This event/exhibition will raise funds for the most vulnerable organ transplant patients through a private artist reception and silent auction. The show’s art comes from artists around the country, including some with direct transplant experience. All artwork will be for sale and a portion of proceeds will go to the Foundation's Patient Assistance Program. Donations are welcome throughout the duration of the show.

The exhibit will unite the world of art and that of transplant, educating the public about a topic that is potentially foreign to them. Every day, 21 people die while waiting for a lifesaving transplant. Of the 123,472 people awaiting a transplant, 117,168 could be saved by a living donor. Educating the public and increasing the amount of living donors is the mission of both the American Transplant Foundation and the Second Chance at Life arts exhibition.

Learn more about the American Transplant Foundation at: www.americantransplantfoundation.org

The exhibit opens to the public April 3rd at the First Friday Art Walk and will be on display until April 16th.
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