Artists Donate Their Work To Raise Money For Sandy Relief

Artists Donate Their Work To Raise Money For Sandy Relief
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After the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, many New Yorkers decided to lend a helping hand to victims in any way they could. Some donated canned goods and warm clothing.

Others took a day trip by bus to areas hit hardest by the super-storm, donating their time and energy into helping clear and repair the heaps of rubble strewn across waterfront neighborhoods. Unfortunately, there is yet much to be done in terms of rebuilding and moving on from what many believe to be a living nightmare.

While many of us may find it difficult to clear an entire day of work and errands- even though for a good cause- there are other ways of helping that won’t require quite as much time or effort. For example, there are many fundraising functions that one can attend where all proceeds will go towards funding projects helping to rebuild what Sandy has destroyed.

This week we have such a function that not only will allow you to do your part in helping those in need, but also allow you to enjoy the works of 20 accomplished and highly skilled artists.

This Wednesday evening at 6:30pm a silent art auction will be held in a Soho loft featuring not only great works, but also live music and drinks. The informal soirée will be featuring works donated by nearly two-dozen artists, all up for auction.

The $20 donation at the door, along with the money raised from the auction art, will all go towards the New York Cares Organization (Sandy Relief Program). This is a great chance to support your fellow New Yorkers forced to spend this holiday season cleaning up the wreckage of their homes, and to also show your support for the arts.

Here is the official invitation:

WHAT ABOUT US

A Fundraising Evening for the victims of hurricane Sandy

An informal fundraising soirée.

A silent auction of Art and Photography donated by 20 accomplished artists.

Wednesday, November 28th 2012 6:30-11pm – 446 Broadway, Third Floor, New York 10013

Come and join us with open hearts for an evening among friends and have the opportunity to take home
something that will remind you of your contribution for a good cause.

This time it’s about them.

Donation at the door $20.

Silent Auctioned Sale Items payable by cash or credit card. Bidding will close at 10pm.

All proceeds to New York Cares Organization [Sandy Relief Program].

All donations tax deductible 501(c)(3).

Live Jazz music sessions by the marvelous
Luca Fadda & The Epistrophy Swing Orchestra
The Avram Fefer’s Trio
& The Hungry March Band

Wine and other drinks kindly donated by:
The Four Seasons Restaurants Co.
Epistrophy Cafe 200 Mott St NYC
San Giorgio Mineral Waters
The Grey Lady 77 Delancey

An event organized by
Natalia Costa and Aleksandra Pierzchala,
with the unconditional love and support of
Rocco Di Gregorio, Antonio Rovaldi and Serra Sabuncuoglu.

Special thanks to:
Nejla Nourai @ Nejlaproductions, Jacopo Foti @ Forifashion, Mr Niccolini @ The Four Seasons Co.,
Nicola Paganelli @ San Giorgio, Khalil Farooqui @ Excel Art & Framing 38 Third Ave, Ivan Huang
@ Proof Imaging 195 Chrystie St and to all the artists who generously donated their works for this cause.

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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A young writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur, Paul Hudson (@MrPaulHudson) has been writing for Elite Daily nearly since the start. Currently located in Manhattan, Paul Hudson primarily devotes his time between writing for Elite Daily and a mining startup in Turkey. He loves sharing his life experiences with his readers and makes sure to practice what he preaches.

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