If you missed our Give Shop event on December 4th, we put together a short video capturing the energy of the night. It was pretty hectic for a little while, pulling screens, drying, cutting, packaging... hanging out with friends and drinking free beverages donated by Wildcraft Ciderhouse. We pulled in a solid amount to donate to CASA, including a matching grant from Imagination International, Inc.
Thanks to Jay Jones at Squiddl for shooting and editing this video recap, and to Mckenzie Stubbert for the original track. We're looking forward to doing more film projects with them in 2016.
If you are still interested in a print, we have a few left. Get over to our Gumroad page and see if you can nab one. We will continue to donate all proceeds from these prints to CASA of Lane County.
"Give Shop" will be the 3rd pop-up event we've had in our space in recent months. A poster event based on the word "give" for charity has been an idea I've had bouncing around in my head for a few years now, and December seemed like a good time to do it. We've teamed up with our favorite print shop in town, Threadbare Press, and will be featuring their PrintCycle so we can print “Give” posters on the spot! On top of all that, Wildcraft brewery has donated some of their delicious cider to the event.
We are only doing a limited run of 100 prints, so don't miss out. They will be a 11" x 14", and cost a minimum of $35 or pay what you want.
All proceeds will go to help local kids via CASA of Lane County. Everyone who purchases a poster print will also get an additional postcard-sized version to “give" to someone else.
If you don't know who CASA is:
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) provides a powerful voice for abused and neglected children in Lane County. CASA volunteers work to prevent children from being re-abused by facilitating their move through the court and child protective services systems as quickly as possible into safe, permanent homes.