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Artists For Humanity Receives “Transformational” Gift

August 1st, 2013

Artists For Humanity has received a gift of land from Gillette/Procter & Gamble, its neighbor in South Boston, which executive director Susan Rodgerson has called “transformational.” Currently used as a parking lot, the land will allow Artists For Humanity to expand its facility to at least twice its current size and offer significantly more youth employment opportunities. The organization may also use its new space for technical and vocational programs in technology-based arts media and trades and for a dedicated gallery space, onsite retail store, and café. The organization announced this exciting development earlier this week at a press conference attended by Boston’s Mayor Menino.  Artists For Humanity received a capacity building grant from the Smith Family Foundation in 2011.

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Artists For Humanity Receives “Transformational” Gift