MCSOG is starting the new year off with a bang! We are committed to fostering relationships with the community by partnering with local causes we believe in.
Here’s a sampling of the types of organizations we will be collaborating with this winter … it’s sure to warm your heart :)
The mission of Rescue Haven Foundation is to save dogs and give them a chance at a new life through providing foster homes for abandoned dogs. Just as this group nurtures the emotional health of their pups, we hope to nurture the creativity of these awesome people through the art of glassblowing!
You can join us for a mini-workshop and support a good cause.
The Morris County School of Glass’ very own lead Instructor, Hannah Muller, is the President of the Child Crisis Center Uganda (CCCU). To show our support for Hannah and her special project, we will be sponsoring a fundraiser for the CCCU at our Open House on February 10, 2019 from 1- 5 pm.
Join us for demonstrations, chances to make your own glass, tricky tray raffle and more.
This amazing non-profit provides needs-based financial assistance to families struggling with pediatric cancer. MCSOG will be fully sponsoring a day of glassblowing for some of these brave kids who are battling cancer. We hope that this fun day out will provide a bright spot for the kids and their families.
The Camp Nejeda Foundation enhances the lives of people with type 1 diabetes and their families through education, empowerment, camaraderie, supportive programs, and fun. What more can we say? Glassblowing is all about fun and camaraderie, and we are excited to provide the opportunity for this group to experience glassblowing first hand.
Spring is quickly approaching, and MCSOG is collaborating with the Reeves-Reed Arboretum to celebrate everything Spring. Our “Nature of Glass” program will give participants the chance to bring a little nature into their homes by making birds, flowers or terrariums.
to sponsor or inquire about hosting an event with MCSOG email: firstname.lastname@example.org