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Every so often a modern Charles Dickens story comes along that truly celebrates the spirit of the giving season.

Press Release

updated: Dec 24, 2019

It happened the week before Christmas, when Exceptional Minds artists with autism were paid a visit by several executives from Deluxe Creative Services who had decided to surprise them with a generous holiday donation. 

It couldn’t have come at a better time. 

What members of the Deluxe Creative team couldn’t have known at the time is that the Exceptional Minds school and studio had been dealing with a funding gap. A nonprofit, Exceptional Minds depends on generous donations to provide the specialized training that its digital artists with autism require in order to succeed in visual effects, animation and other digital arts fields. 


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