Glen Echo Pottery (www.glenechopottery.com) teaches ceramics in a relaxed but creatively serious environment accessible to everyone from beginners to experienced clay students. Located in Glen Echo Park, the organization offers year-round classes for adults and teens. On weekends, pottery demonstrations and exhibits in the group’s gallery are free and open to the public.

Serves: Metro region

What a donation buys:

•    $250 provides one six-week pottery class for a low-income art student, including tuition, materials, tools and firing fees, and possible transportation stipend.

•    $500 provides art supplies and instruction for a group of low-income youths participating in the ceramics component of a summer outreach program in Glen Echo Park.

•    $1,000 provides a six-week pottery class for four low-income art students, including tuition, materials, tools and firing fees, and possible transportation stipend.

Volunteer opportunities:

•    One day: Help with the annual “seconds sale” fundraiser.

•    One day or ongoing: Tend a public garden maintained by Glen Echo Pottery.

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