Support Claymobile this Giving Tuesday!
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Dear <<First Name>>,

Support the Claymobile program this Giving Tuesday by donating $25!

Click here to DONATE.
Click here to LEARN more about Claymobile.

Three bags of clay teaches a class of 30 students. Your $25 contribution puts clay directly in the hands of ten students who may otherwise not have the access or opportunity to work with clay.

Did you know?
  • Claymobile uses over 26,000 pounds, or 13 tons, of clay a year! That's equivalent to four elephants worth of clay!
  • Claymobile reached 3,800 K-12 youth and 500 adult students in the past year - our busiest year yet!
  • Claymobile visited 95 distinct sites last year including Philadelphia schools, adult living facilities, transitional housing facilities, social service agencies, community centers, and more!
  • Claymobile has four main curriculum streams including Creative Clay, S.T.E.A.M., Collaborative Clay, and Claymation (clay animation).
  • Over 90% of Claymobile sites qualify as low-income.

Goal: $2,500 or 100 bags of clay towards Claymobile on Giving Tuesday!

Please share when you've donated through social media or email and tell your loved ones what is important to you this giving season!


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Contact Nadia Koltsoon, Grants Manager and Development Coordinator, at or 215-925-3453 ext 17, with any questions about donating on Giving Tuesday.

Thank you for all the ways in which you are a part of The Clay Studio family. We could not do this without you.

With appreciation,

Jennifer Martin, Executive Director

Copyright © 2018 The Clay Studio, All rights reserved.

137-139 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

The Clay Studio is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Exhibitions are supported in part by the William Penn Foundation, the Philadelphia Cultural Fund, and the Independence Foundation. The Clay Studio receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by theCommonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

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