CAN Mail: December Edition

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neutral reaction http://www.shellbellecouture.com/info/buy-xanax-mexico-online.php buy xanax mexico online neuropsychopharmacology #12 Because the arts shape our neighborhoods, improve our education system, boost economic development and make us think, feel, dream and believe.

#11 Because Seattle is outspending us in public funding for the arts by 300% and Denver spends nearly 6 times more per capita than Portland. Clearly, we have some catching up to do.

#10 Because CAN’s budget is so small, a gift of any size is guaranteed to make a huge difference.

#9 Because in 2006, there were only 34 teachers of art, music, dance or drama for 22,082 Portland public elementary students. And this ratio has not improved with the economy.

#8 Because your gift will not only bring you great karma, it will make you famous! Go to theArtsCAN.org and you’ll find a list of every single one of our donors.

#7 Because creativity and innovation are critical to ensuring that Portland stays vibrant and economically competitive.

#6 Because 70% of the voters we polled are ready to pay $1 per month into a public fund for arts and arts education.

#5 Because your gift is 100% tax-deductible.

#4 Because the arts can give a lost child a compass.

#3 Because our region needs a new $15-$20 million annual public fund for the arts.

#2 Because this is a limited time offer. Once we have established a new public fund for the arts, your money is no good here.

#1 Because we love where we live.

Feeling inspired? Donate Now at the theArtsCAN.org.

Bring Arts Education to Life in Portland Public Schools. Join CAN and the Dreaming Zebra Foundation in delivering art supplies to Bridger Elementary.

Next Monday, December 13th at 11:30am, CAN volunteers & staff will be joining The Dreaming Zebra Foundation at Bridger Elementary to distribute art supplies for hundreds of Portland’s young artists and creative learners.

The Dreaming Zebra Foundation is a 501(c)3 that has joined forces with Portland Public Schools in an innovative partnership to provide new and gently used art supplies free of charge to Bridger, Humboldt, Kelly, King, Ockley Green, Peninsula, and Whitman schools before the end of the year.

“Our goal,” says Dreaming Zebra Founder Dawne Camera, “is to get materials into the hands of those with the greatest need for them, and we’re honored to play a role in helping students at seven of Portland’s schools to continue exploring their creativity through art.”


The Dreaming Zebra Foundation relies entirely upon volunteers to locate and distribute supplies – and CAN is more than happy to help. If you would like to join us next Monday or help the Dreaming Zebra Foundation distribute supplies to the other six schools on their list, e-mail us today.

Emma Honors CAN with a lifetime of support

The Creative Advocacy Network is thrilled to announce that we have been chosen as an Emma 25 recipient selected among 300 other non-profits around the country who applied. Each year, Emma honors 25 non-profits with an Emma account, including custom-designed email stationery and a lifetime of email marketing and survey service, all at no cost.


We couldn’t be more grateful for such a generous gift which will help build the movement for a new public fund for the arts in the Portland Metro Region.


Thank you Emma, not only do you ‘communicate in style’ – but you give in style too!

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