We are pleased to announce that the UNT Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) and Eagle Peer Recovery (EPR) are hosting a Spring Benefit Art Gala on April 27, 2018 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM on the University Union Green Roof. This year’s event will consist of refreshments, light snacks, live entertainment and a silent auction. CRP/EPR student art work is available for purchase, in addition to items donated by professional artists.
The proceeds from this event will directly benefit our students in recovery from substance use disorders and other mental health concerns. Students in recovery navigate a challenging path by attempting to balance a recovery program and additional life stressors experienced in the collegiate environment. The CRP and EPR support these outstanding individuals in an effort to realize success. Our students thrive socially and academically from the peer-based support and holistic services we offer. Your support will serve to ensure the sustainability of our program and will allow us to assist more students in need. If you are interested in sponsoring our event, please complete a Sponsorship Agreement Form.
If you are interested in donating art of any medium for this event please download and complete the Gala Donation Letter. Note: All art donations should be received by April 20, 2018 to be considered for the Gala.
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