Somdwain Day 12: Home Is Where The Art Is

Joyous Somdwain!

My birthday is December 23rd and I’m doing another fundraiser! I’m raising money for Split This Rock and your contribution will make an impact, whether you donate $5 or $500.

Split This Rock has a chance to have every dollar you donate doubled thanks to the Cafritz Foundation, so I’m putting myself out there for the cause.

If you are a DMV area donor who donates $50 or more, you will be entered into a raffle for the “Home Is Where The Art Is” Package.

The Package Includes:
Dinner for you and 3 guests prepared by a SURPRISE DC Area Chef (complete with wine pairings)
A special custom scarf for you and your guests
A Tour of “Dwayne Manor” – my quaint home that I’ve quietly been curating with fine art
A copy of my poetry collection “One Color Kaleidoscope” for you and your guests
Other surprises yet to be announced…

The raffle winner will be announced New Year’s Day.
You’ll receive an entry for every $50 you donated. So go big and join me in my home!
*Notes: Front entrance – 10 concrete stairs Rear entrance – 5 Wooden stairs ASL Translation can be provided.

Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support. I’ve included information about Split This Rock below.

The organizers of Split This Rock believe that as citizens and artists, our obligation has never been greater. We call on poets of conscience to move to the center of public life as we forge a visionary new arts movement for peace and justice.

Poets have long played a central role in movements for social change. Today, at a critical juncture in our country’s history, poetry that gives voice to the voiceless, names the unnameable, and speaks directly from the individual and collective conscience is more important than ever.

Split This Rock explores and celebrates the many ways that poetry can act as an agent for change: reaching across differences, considering personal and social responsibility, asserting the centrality of the right to free speech, bearing witness to the diversity and complexity of human experience through language, imagining a better world.

For More Info on Split This Rock:

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