The Global Art Agency endeavour to help chosen charities. Raising money at each of the events we organise is going straight to orphanages that are in desperate need of our help. Also by donating items and educational material we support to help them. GAA donates books, toys, and other material to which the children simply have no access to but will provide real joy and can be a special treat. GAA members have personally met the orphans and spend time with them, giving them the attention they seek. Playing games, colouring, painting, and developing their artistic sides. We are committed raising awareness of the great work that the orphanages do and provide additional gifting support. And personally delivered a huge amount of gifts on Xmas day 2013 to the orphanage in Tanzania.
CHARITY PROJECTS & EVENTS:
Gala Dinner fundraiser for 'Doctors Without Borders/MSF'
Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, 30th January 2015
Success for the Charity Gala and GAA Art Auction Raising nearly £6000 GBP for ‘MSF Doctors without Borders’ in the aid of ‘Act against Ebola’ Global Art Agency and organisers of ‘Act against Ebola’ have raised nearly £ 6000 GBP during the Charity Gala event and Art Auction at Blenheim Palace for ‘MSF Doctors without Borders’ on 30th January 2015.
ONGOING CHARITY FUNDRAISING:
The Global Art Agency continue to support Charity. At each of our events we raise money for charity through different channels, such as through selling art bags, competition draws to win art, donating money made from selling VIP Tickets, art competitions, and art auctions.
At the recent Oxford International Art Fair money was raised for Charity selling beautiful linen bags with artwork designs by award-winning artists Ellen Stapleton and Andy Wilx. At the Barcelona International Art Fair and the Rotterdam International Art Fair money was raised selling signed posters by Ellen. All money raised has gone to the orphanage of Bwejuu in Tanzania and to Child Blessing Home in Nepal - see details below.
GAA CHARITY PROJECT NEPAL:
Money raised from VIP Ticket sales of our events were donated to charity. The GAA personally went over to the 'Save Blessing Child Home' orphanage in Kathmandu, which is home to around 40 children from all ages. Helping the orphanage out as much as possible, also by donating books, toys, and educational materials and spending time with the orphans.
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At each of our events we try to organise a charity project for example at the recent Rotterdam International Art Fair visitors were able to enter a draw to chance winning an original painting by a top emerging urban artist. All money raised (€1 a ticket) went to “Save Child Blessing Home” orphanage in Kathmandu, who are in desperate need of our support.