Boynton Beach, FL— Painting with a Twist, a social art studio in Palm Beach County, will host a Painting with a Purpose charity event benefitting Painting with a Twist families effected by Hurricane Harvey on Sunday, September 10, 2017.
The studio will offer a $45, 2-hour Painting with a Purpose class from 6-8pm Sun, Sept.10, 2017 To register for the event, visit: https://www.paintingwithatwist.com/events/viewevent.aspx? eventID=1243783
Each month, franchisees from across the nation hold monthly painting fundraisers through the Painting with a Purpose program to benefit local charities. For this event, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to families affected by Hurricane Harvey. Collectively, the Painting with a Twist system has donated more than $3.8 million through local Painting with a Purpose events.
“We’re delighted to help raise funds for families affected by Hurricane Harvey” said Gabriele Clark, Studio Owner. “Community involvement is of utmost importance to us – we are thrilled to be helping a Texans in need.”
Funds raised through this event will be dispersed by the Painting with a Purpose Foundation directly to affected PWAT owners and artists for gutting flooded homes, hotel expenses, medicine, clothing, and food.
In addition to supporting the local community, Painting with a Twist Boynton Beach, FL also offers private parties for corporate outings, team building, bachelorette parties, sorority functions, date nights and special events.
For more information, and to reserve a seat for the event, visit www.paintingwithatwist.com/ boynton-beach/
About Painting with a Twist®
Painting with a Twist, based in Mandeville, Louisiana is the nation’s original and largest paintand- sip franchise with 349 studios in 39 states. Founded in 2007, by Cathy Deano and Renee Maloney, Painting with a Twist began franchising in 2009, and provides customers with paint, a canvas and brushes that lead to a fun evening with friends and a finished piece of art. The company maintains a strong focus on giving back to the local community on which it was founded. To date, Painting with a Twist has donated nearly $4 million through its charity arm, Painting with a Purpose.