Works of Heart

About the Event

The 11th annual Family Service & Guidance Center Works of Heart Art Event
Friday, August 18, 2017    6-9:30 p.m.
Maner Conference Centre

 

  • Tickets go on sale in June! Keep your eye here for further details!

  • Join us and 350 community leaders and art enthusiasts for Topeka's biggest and most unique art event. Proceeds directly benefit children and adolescents living with anxiety, depression, ADHD and other common mental health issues and their families who depend on FSGC.

    Compelling art pieces created by 15 of our most talented young clients take center stage to be auctioned off alongside amazing works donated by generous professional artists from across the Midwest. Last year's event raised nearly $109,000.

    Enjoy the cocktail hour, silent auction, "Choose your HeartWork" raffle and a sumptuous dinner – all leading up to the excitement of the live auction.


     

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    Event Contact Information

    For information about the event, please contact Pam Evans, 785.232.7902 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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    Did you know?

    The FSGC Foundation was formed in 2009 to ensure the agency’s long term viability, regardless of funding cuts or other economic uncertainties. Each year, the Foundation awards thousands of dollars in needed funds to improve and enhance various FSGC services and programs.