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Inland Empire Campus to Host “Design for Good” Event This Weekend

By: Desiree Massei

April 7, 2017

The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire, a campus of Argosy University, will host the 24-hour event “Design for Good” that runs April 8 through 9, 2017. 
 
At the event, 30 student designers from The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire and California State University San Bernardino will donate their time and work to four chosen non-profits in the community.
 
A continental breakfast and lunch, along with refreshments, will be provided by The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire campus relations and student services teams.
 
Design for Good is a project of Arts4Good. The event will donate over $20,000 in pro bono services to expand awareness of worthy community programs and causes. The four nonprofits selected to participate are A Core Solution, which provides families with utility; CASA of San Bernardino, which connects foster youth with advocates to help them maneuver the court system as well as life; Reach Out, an Upland-based nonprofit that builds stronger families and awareness of health careers; and Santa Claus, Inc., which provides clothing and services that empower San Bernardino county families during Christmas time and throughout the year. 

The designers’ final work will be unveiled to the nonprofits during a Reveal Event at San Bernardino Art Night, a two-day event that takes place April 21-22, 2017.

By: Desiree Massei

April 7, 2017