This campaign will include local events and an online component. After raising 90 percent of the needed funding, the Holland Project hopes the public campaign will raise the remaining money.
“This is a huge and historic moment for our organization,” said Britt Curtis, Holland Project director. “As a long-term goal, purchasing the building protects Holland from losing our venue due to rent hikes, development or the changes in the economy and enables there to always be a place for all-ages arts, music, and culture for the next generation of our community’s youth, and the generation after that.
“It’s an amazing time for us, and we hope you join us in making sure Holland Project can exist and serve teens and young adults for the next 50 years.”
To donate or find more information, please visit www.hollandreno.org/grounded.