Transformed Treasures Luncheon
11:30 am - 1:30 pm - Saturday, May 7, 2016
Over the past seven years, the creativity of local artists has made Anchorage's Transformed Treasures event a community art experience not to be missed! Join us as we gather fresh ideas, talented artists, and a lot of paint, glue and glitz for this year's event. All proceeds benefit The Salvation Army Alaska. (Pictured above: "Music of the Night" music box created for last year's event by artist Cindy Pendleton.)
9th Annual Luncheon, William A. Egan Civic & Convention Center, 555 W. Fifth Avenue, Anchorage
- Doors Open/Check-in - 11 a.m.
- Lunch Program Begins - 11:30 a.m.
To learn how you can support The Salvation Army Alaska's Transformed Treasures Luncheon by sponsorship or by purchasing a Table, please contact Mariana Braniste, Annual Giving Manager, The Salvation Army Alaska, at (907) 276-2515, or email AK.Development@usw.salvationarmy.org.
You can also review our Sponsor Form outlining these opportunities.
How it Works
After signing up to participate, artists receive vouchers (up to $50 per artist) to purchase items to transform from one of The Salvation Army's local Family Stores. Artists take a "before" picture of their items, and then deliver completed works of art (maximum 3 per artist) by Friday, April 1, to The Salvation Army Headquarters. These are auctioned at our May 7 luncheon.
If you are an artist, have any artist related question or would like to learn how you can be a future artist in transforming a Salvation Army thrift store purchase into a unique and one-of-a-kind treasure to be auctioned at our event, please contact Deanna Teders, Color Art Printing, at (907) 277-2409, or email email@example.com.
For more information, see our Call for Artists Brochure.
Mariana Braniste, Annual Giving Manager
The Salvation Army Alaska
Email the Event Planner
For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Mariana Braniste.
Transformed Treasures is possible with help from supporters and the community. A special thanks to everyone who makes this this event a success as we continue our work in improving the lives of Alaskans!