We’ve had some really amazing creatives and artists who recently used their talents to support us…
We are always so humbled and amazed at the creative ways that people find to support us. From selling chillis and chocolates in Perth and Hong Kong, to hosting high teas and online surf courses… our global village is certainly filled with people who are not only good at what they do, but are passionate about giving back to vulnerable communities.
Here are some incredible people who supported our Covid food programme recently:
Ceramic artist – beautiful artisan pottery inspired by the landscapes and fynbos of the Cape…
Lisa hosted an Open Studio and donated 10% of all her sales to us! She has also offered to teach our children once lockdown has lifted. Check out her portfolio online:
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Christo Francois Smit
Growing Pains – oil and ink on paper
South African artist focusing on the importance of wildlife conservation – this thought-provoking art piece is called Growing Pains and 100% of the proceeds of 30 prints went to our feeding programme. Check out Christo’s work online:
Creative designer, makeup artist and hair stylist
Lovingly crafted keychains for men and women…proceeds of her sales will go towards our food programme so please contact her on Instagram to support her initiative!
Colin Fitch Photography
Regional Manager of WSL and a very dear friend of our Project, Colin recently launched his photography website and has decided to donate 25% of his work to us. Do check out his amazing pics online
We also had some other incredibly talented and renowned photographers document our feeding programme over the past few months – check out some of the pics here.
We are so grateful to everyone who chose to harness their talent and passion, and selflessly gave of their work in order to help us impact vulnerable children and communities!