Fundraising campaign to help Hilltop Artists

April 28, 2014 

Hilltop Artists, based at Jason Lee Middle School in Tacoma, is running a fundraising campaign to replace a critical piece of equipment used in the glass-blowing program for at-risk students.

Furnaces and glory holes are used in the process of creating glass art, and the current glory hole must be replaced. The online fundraising campaign hopes to raise $30,000.

To support the program, go to indiegogo.com/projects/help-hilltop-artists-fund-new-equipment#home.

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