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"French" by John Patrick McKenzie

I love this piece. It was created by John Patrick McKenzie, a participating artist at Creativity Explored, a nonprofit visual arts center where artists with developmental disabilities create, exhibit, and sell art. With the help of Creativity Explored, Mr. McKenzie, and many other artists like him, have discovered what it is to be able to express themselves through art and, in many cases, have been received with wild acclaim and invitations to exhibit nationally and internationally. In order to enable this institution to continue doing great work they would like your help.

Please take a moment to read the info below and click on the link to donate $1 to Creativity Explored at no cost to you! You don’t have to fill anything out, enter your name, etc.  Just select Creativity Explored as the beneficiary. They have the opportunity to earn several thousand dollars and they need your click to make it happen!

Landor’s San Francisco office selected Creativity Explored to be one of three nonprofit beneficiaries to receive a share of $10,000. Click on the Creativity Explored post-it note to give CE $1 at no cost to you. Since you can only select once, please forward to your friends so they can give CE $1 too!  Or, post it on your Facebook or Twitter page. Landor’s Make Good Happen campaign will run until January 15th or until all $10,000 has been distributed.

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