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Friday, October 16, 2009

Donate Art Supplies to Grade Schoolers, Receive Crème Brûlée

Posted By on Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 12:04 PM

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S.F. public school teachers get a whopping 50 cents per student per year for art supplies, a fact that has motivated Crème Brûlée Cart to pitch in with a fundraiser on Sunday, October 18 from 2-4 p.m. at Fabric8 (3318 22nd St. at Valencia).

There, you'll be able to buy a brûlée ($4) or receive one for free in exchange for bringing usable art supplies. All proceeds and donations will be given to the San Francisco Unified School District's STAR Schools Art and Music Planning Program.

Items such as Sharpies, scissors, yarn, and paint brushes are desired. Take a look at the list of the most-needed supplies after the jump.


1. Thick Paper - Watercolor, tag board, mat board
2. Watercolor sets
3. Oil Pastels
4. Printmaking Ink
5. Brayers - Printmaking rollers
6. Styrofoam and paper plates
7. Pipe cleaners
8. Embroidery Thread
9. Embroidery Needles
10. Air Dry Clay
11. Feathers
12. Beads
13. Hot Glue Guns and Glue for guns
14. Scotch tape, double sided tape, masking tape
15. Paint brushes - gently used
16. Acrylic Paint
17. Yarn
18. Long Scissors
19. Glue Sticks, bottled glue
20. Sharpies
21. Tooling foil

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