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Thursday, 9 April 2009

Charity Auction

I am very happy that one of my paintings is going to be auctioned in aid of "Carolyn’s Compassionate Children", a non-profit making organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for young adult cancer survivors by increasing opportunities for college access and success. Carolyn bought one of my paintings, and then asked if she could auction another one - a custom hearts piece (similar to the one pictured). The winning bidder will make the choices they want (color scheme, any initials or dates to be added to the hearts) and I will then complete the painting to their specifications and send it off to them. The auctions will take place via Ebay Giving Works — (the non-profit section of Ebay) between Tuesday April 14th and Friday April 24th. There are several etsy sellers involved so there should be something for everyone! You can read more on Carolyn's wonderful blog.

7 comments:

  1. This is just awesome my dear! How wonderful. I love these hearts and you have such a giving one :)

    Love,
    LuLu~*xoxo

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  2. Congratulations!!! This is fabulous news :-D

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  3. Awesome and big congrats to you! The winning bidder will surely be quite pleased with their artwork :)

    p.s.
    I just LOVE my Buddha painting - you're amazing!

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  4. Thanks girls - I'll be having a look through the auctions myself to support Carolyn's great work (and there is some great work to be snapped up too - and I don't just mean mine lol!)

    Rocki thank you - I'm so glad Buddha is settling in to his new home!
    xxx

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  5. Wow, this is lovely Angie! I will go have a look at all the pretties soon.

    I have a blog award for you, swing by my blog and have a look - if it's not your thing, that's ok - I just wanted to share how wonderful you are!

    Big hugs♥

    Dawn xoxo

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  6. Such a good cause. Well done Angie!
    Hope lots of money is raised.

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  7. Thanks Dawn and Julie! And I have had a bid on my painting - woo hoo!

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