limited edition artwork for charity

I was recently invited to join the Jackson Gabriel Silver Foundation running team in this years NYC Half Marathon.

I’ve ran a few marathons and half’s but never before for charity, so the pressure is on as I normally keep my running habits hidden.

My goal is to raise at least $1,500 $2,000 by March 18th (ok, if I raise $3000 I’ll dye my hair blue & style it in a mohawk)!

I figured if I could just get 40 people to donate $40 then I’d reach beyond my target. So as an incentive to find sponsors I have created a limited edition photographic drawing of NYC (image below) to give to anyone that donates a minimum of $40. Donating details are listed below.

The image is 9×12 inches and a hand printed edition of  40. Print available for donations of at least $40 to the Jackson Gabriel Silver Foundation.

DONATING DETAILS

I have an official fundraising page where donations are paid directly to the charity.

Link to my NYC Half Marathon fundraising page HERE

Please feel free to contact me with any questions: helen@helendennisart.com

ABOUT THE JACKSON GABRIEL SILVER FOUNDATION

The Jackson Gabriel Silver Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded by Alex and Jamie Silver, whose son Jackson was born with Epidermolysis Bullosa (“EB”), a devastating, painful, disfiguring and currently incurable blistering disorder that affects children from birth. The foundation funds scientific research with the goal of curing and treating this devastating disease. Visit http://www.jgsf.org to learn more.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

If the fundraising page link does not work please cut and paste the following web address into your browser: http://www.crowdrise.com/teamjgsfhalf/fundraiser/helendennis

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