Give, but Receive Too!

We’re throwing an online party and you’re the guest of honor. All you have to do is support Recess before the start of 2011 to receive your ticket to amazing gift getting. There are plenty of levels of giving, and each one enters you into a raffle to receive unique items like limited-edition prints and ephemera from Recess’s artists. Read through and see what makes sense for you. You’ll be automatically entered when you donate online or send us a check made out to Recess Activities, Inc.

EVERYONE who gives $25 and above will receive a very special candy gram: a Reese’s from Recess! Come by our space at 41 Grand to grab your treat or email info@recessactivities.org and we’ll send it to the loved one of your choice, sealed with a chocolate kiss!
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Give $25-99 and that dream to have a University building named after you is almost a reality. Win this round and the homemade bathroom door at Recess will bare your name forever. Picture it: “Your Name Here Chamber of Excellence.”
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Give $100-299 and you’ll be one step away from winning a very special prize. Recess Program Manager, Maia Murphy and her coconspirator, Rachel, will dress your pet (or your friend’s pet) as the art history figure of your choice and photograph the results. For examples of her work, visit the New Yorker.
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Give $300-499 and get a chance to win a limited edition digital collage from The Brown Bear artists A.K. Burns and Katherine Hubbard.
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Give $500-999 and enter into the pot for a limited edition, signed, archival film still from Kara Hearn’s TREMENDOUS.
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Give $1,000-1,999 and win a shot at a limited-edition, archival, side by side diptych print by the very first Recess artists, Corin Hewitt & Molly McFadden..
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Give $2,000-4,999 and enter the raffle for the use of our space for a night. Party on.
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Give $5,000 and above and get a chance to have Recess Director, Allison Weisberg, serenade the loved one of your choice on Valentines Day, 2011. For a detailed account of her unique vocal skills, just ask former artist in Session, Kara Hearn for a video clip.

Image courtesy Deville Cohen