THE BULKHEAD CHALLENGE 2019

WE HAVE A BULK OF THE MONEY
CAN WE COUNT ON YOU TO HELP US RAISE THE REST?

In September we closed The Art Barge for the season and began preparation for the work to reconstruct the bulkhead, which has been in disrepair and in need of replacement after nearly sixty years of protecting The Art Barge from rising tides and winter storms. Permits are in place and we are ready to proceed. As you can see from the photo at right, the situation is dire and we cannot wait any longer to do this work.

Thanks to the many generous donations received since last year, we had nearly fifty percent of the sum needed for a new bulkhead. We still needed to raise $100,000 for the complete reconstruction of our bulkhead and asked for your help in August.

Our wonderful friends, Amy and Bill Conway, started us off with a challenge gift of $25,000, which we met before our deadline of September 25th. They promised a second gift of $25,000 if we matched those funds by October 25th and… WE DID IT!

Click here to learn more in a thank you email from board President, Christopher Kohan.

We can still use your help to protect and preserve The Art Barge.
Make a fully tax-deductible donation today!

Checks can be mailed to:

The Victor D’Amico Institute of Art, PO Box 1266, Amagansett, NY 11930
with Bulkhead Campaign in the memo field

Make a secure donation online or call 631.267.3172

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