Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Help the Artists of North Shore Arts Save a Historical and Cultural Icon in Gloucester, MA!

As the North Shore Arts Association looks forward to its 95th anniversary, we are confronted with the need for a major restoration of the exterior of our historic waterfront home, the Thomas E. Reed Building, built ca. 1900 on Wonson's Wharf in Gloucester's Inner Harbor and home to the NSAA since 1923.
Your gift helps the NSAA reach the first $25,000.00 step on the way to a larger target of $100,000.00, the amount needed to address the buildings most urgent needs: to restore and weatherproof the original windows, clapboards, and barn doors and to prime and paint the exterior.
We are asking all of our membership, our patrons, and the community of Gloucester to contribute to the restoration campaign either through the NSAA GoFundMe website, on our website donation page at, or by calling the North Shore Arts Association at 978-283-1587 with your pledge.
Your contribution today will raise public awareness to the plight of this historic landmark, and will help NSAA to reach matching fundraising goals as it launches "The Second Century Campaign", a major fundraiser dedicated to the protection and preservation of this iconic wood framed structure on Gloucester Harbor.

The non-profit North Shore Arts Association is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization is one of the oldest and most illustrious art association in the country, with over 300 artist and 300+ associates and patrons.

Help us save a piece of Gloucester history and enable the NSAA to further its mission to advance, promote, and preserve the fine arts through exhibitions and educational and cultural programs benefiting the local community and the general public. Thank you for your generous support.

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