FACES UnMasked 2015

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FACES: The National Craniofacial Association

FACES: The National Craniofacial Association
FACES assists 75 to 135 families each year with travel away from home to specialized craniofacial medical centers for life-changing surgeries. In many cases, this is a lifelong journey for these families, as a child born with a severe craniofacial disorder often requires surgeries until young adulthood before their face and skull is completely rebuilt.

In addition to travel expenses and financial and moral support for surgery, FACES has helped over 25,000 individuals across the country with support networks, information packets and educational programs in the community.



FACES UnMasked is Sponsored By:

Hippie RadioManderley FarmsMarriott Courtyard Chattanooga I-75HuschBlackwellJohn & Eleanor SellersThe Patten GroupAssociates in Plastic and Reconstructive SurgeryThe Folk School of ChattanoogaMellow MushroomTexas RoadhouseGregory Cook PhotographyThe Print Shop
Sponsor Unmasked

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Read FACES Client Kiall's story

H♥Art Gallery

Hart Gallery

Preview FACES UnMasked Artwork

Join us at HArt Gallery to preview FACES UnMasked masks and art work before the UnMasked event.

Hart Gallery

FACES Unmasked is proud to partner with HArt Gallery Tennessee, a not-for-profit entity created with the mission of offering homeless and other non-traditional artists an opportunity to create and sell their artwork for their benefit.

HArt Gallery
110 E. Main Street
Chattanooga, TN 37408
Phone: (423) 521-4707
Wednesday through Friday,
11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Pay if Forward with the HArt Gallery Housewarming program. If you see a mask or artwork at theFACES UnMasked event that you really love but it just doesn’t go with your home design, pay it forward and donate it to HArt Gallery where it can brighten someone’s day who otherwise wouldn’t be able to have original art in their home.

HArt Housewarming – the goal is twofold:

  1. to bring original art to those that may not otherwise have access to it
  2. to increase sales so the artists receive a more steady income

Recipients: New homeowners through organizations like Habitat for Humanity, the Homeless Coalition, the VA Center, as well as individuals who have lost everything because of a fire or natural disaster.


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