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Alley’s House Hosts Art Auction Fundraiser to Benefit Programs Empowering Teen Mothers

alley’s house, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping teen mothers and their children achieve independence through support services, education and mentoring, is hosting its 5th Annual Art Auction fundraising event. Local artists have donated artwork for a live auction and for sale. The money raised helps fund educational programs, mentoring programs and support services for alley’s house teen mothers.

“alley’s house is excited to showcase dozens of works from very talented local artists; it’s a wonderful evening of art, music, food and friendship,” said Allison Whitehead, executive director of alley’s house. “This is an important fundraising event for alley’s house – the money raised will help us continue providing structure, support and opportunity for teen moms who are focused on gaining the independence and confidence they need to achieve their goals.”

alley’s house 5th annual Art Auction takes place Saturday, February 7, 2009
7pm – 10pm
American Fine Art Gallery, 1611 Dragon St., Dallas
A ticket is $25 in advance and $30 at the door
Live auction and silent auction, music and hors d’oeuvres
Tickets can be purchased on the alley’s house Website:
Sponsorships are still available for the Art Auction, and for all alley’s house events. Sponsorships range from $1,000 to $10,000+. alley’s house is a 501(c)(3) organization; support is tax deductable. For information about 2009 Corporate Sponsorship Packages, and the benefits of being an alley’s house corporate sponsor, contact Executive Director Allison Whitehead at: 214.915.9945, or email at:

[email protected]

About alley’s house

alley’s house is a Dallas, Texas-based nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering teen mothers and their children to achieve independence through education, support services and mentoring. alley’s house exists to break the generational, economic and social impact of teen pregnancy in the community. More than 650 teen mothers and their children have been served since its inception in 1997.

alley’s house
Media Relations
Kristina Kolerich, 206-276-6798
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