This spring Art de Cure will present the fifth annual Spring for a Cure to benefit the American Diabetes Association (ADA). It will be held Saturday, April 18, 2015, from 6-9 pm at Albany Med The Endocrine Group, 1365 Washington Avenue, Suite 300, Albany. As always, the evening will include a silent auction of original artwork by regional artists and unique goods and services donated by area businesses—as well as music, wine and light fare.
We invite you to support this worthy cause by becoming a sponsor or donor of goods or services. Your contribution will support the mission of the American Diabetes Association: to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
Art de Cure, founded in Albany in 2010, is 100 percent volunteer-driven and was created to curate art galleries in public areas of medical practices and other businesses—to both promote regional artists and to benefit specific charitable causes. Albany Med The Endocrine Group is the site of Art de Cure’s permanent gallery to benefit the ADA. Over the last four years, Art de Cure has raised more than $100,000 for the ADA and has featured more than 360 area artists.
“We are honored to be the charity of choice of Albany Med The Endocrine Group. The funds through Art de Cure are instrumental in allowing us to continue our mission on behalf of the almost 30 million people living with diabetes. By being a part of Spring for a Cure, you are a part of the ‘Stop Diabetes’ movement.”
— Amy R. Young, Director, Albany & Central New York Offices, American Diabetes Association
Attached you will find two reply forms: one for sponsorship of Spring for a Cure and the other for donation of goods or services to this popular annual event. For more information, please contact Jackie Watsky at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518.330.9788.
Thank you in advance for your consideration and generosity. Together we can find a cure for diabetes!
The Art de Cure Board
The Art de Cure Gallery at Albany Med The Endocrine Group is dedicated to benefitting the American Diabetes Association. This permanent gallery showcases the original work of Capital District artists with three shows a year and is open to the general public during regular office hours.