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Making Art That Makes A Difference Donation Drive

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 The Round Hill Arts Center is proud to announce a special holiday charity event hosted at the center from November 15th through December 31st as a way to give back to the community that has supported us all of these years.

We are looking to make an impact in three main ways: Donations of food, items, and money; Art sales; and Art workshops. We ask that you help out in anyway that you can.

Food and Donation Drive
We are setting up donation boxes to collect items and money for two local charities — Loudoun Hunger Relief and the Loudoun Pet Pantry. So please drop off any new, unopened, unexpired items in one of our collection boxes at the center. See our lists below.

Also, 100% of all money donations collected during this time will be split among our two chosen charities. Donate at the center in person, or donate from the comfort of your own home, in your pajamas if you want, by clicking the button below.


Loudoun Hunger Relief
•Dry beans
•Whole grain pasta, rice
•Canned meats (tuna or chicken)
•Mac and Cheese
•Peanut butter
•Hearty soups
•Cooking oil
•Gifts cards to area grocery stores
•Monetary donations

Loudoun Pet Pantry
•Bags of dry dog and cat food - 3 to 10 pounds
•Canned dog and cat food
•Small, moist dog and cat treats
•Extra large, extra strong chew toys for dogs
•Squeaky toys for dogs
•Soft cat toys and catnip
•Collars (safety collars for cats and martingale collars for dogs, please!)
•Kitten formula and bottles
•Monetary donations

Art Sale
We will have art for sale at the center to raise funds to our chosen charities. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale will be donated. Find unique, one-of-a-kind gifts and items on our special charity table, drop a minimum $5 donation per piece into the donation box, and enjoy!

All art has been donated by our instructors, students, and community members.

Art Workshops
We are offering special workshops for children and adults to make unique handmade items. There is no fee for the workshop, but we do ask that you make a small donation of items or money. See our website for our schedule of classes and workshops, and come out to work with clay, make jewelry, and more.

Earlier Event: June 2
Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour
Later Event: January 1
Harmony Middle School Student Exhibit