Anderson University and its South Carolina School of the Arts is hosting an event in support of Calvary Home for Children, a non-profit that provides help for abused and neglected children.
The student-organized event takes place on the Anderson University campus on Saturday, March 23, from noon until 4 p.m.
“I'm so excited to see so many different art forms come together for such an important cause,” said Anderson University student Kelsey Cornnell, a senior acting major in the South Carolina School of the Arts. “This event is a great way for anyone to easily support a local charity and for people to use whatever gift they have to give back to the Anderson community.”
The fundraiser includes free live entertainment, including performances from Authenticity, Anderson University’s student vocal group, along with AU student-produced theatre performances. Artists from AU and the greater Anderson community are selling their crafts, with 50 percent of the profits being donated to Calvary Home for Children.