Featured at the Cash is King II show at Saatchi Gallery’s Print & Originals in London, artist Aida Wilde created a powerful series of works on banknotes to benefit NGO Help Refugees, an aid and avocacy for refugees around the world.
Yin-Yang is the first diptych limited edition print of Pejac. An worrying but poetic "before / after", of which 10 impressions were sold to the benefit of the Save The Med, a Spanish NGO working to recover and protect the marine ecosystems of the Mediterranean.
For the first artistic fundraising of The Hope Gallery, French photographer Nicolas Comment offered a never-seen-before photograph to support the Abbé Pierre Foundation in its fight against substandard-housing.
Fifteen works of contemporary art from the private collection of The House of St Barnabas will be auctioned at Lyon & Turnbull on Wednesday 27 March in London. The proceeds will be used to fund the "Employment Academy" program, which helps those affected by homelessness.
Migrate Art is organizing in March an exceptional auction, including the artworks of the greatest contemporary artists of our decade. The project, entitled Multicolour, aims to raise funds to assist migrants.
For its eighth edition on Friday, March 29, MTV RE:DEFINE chose the British artist Marc Quinn as artist honoree. The event raised more than $ XX for the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, which aims to educate communities about the risks of HIV.
Alisan Fine Arts, the famous Hong Kong-based gallery, is hosting the "2000s: David Bowie and Beyond" exhibition this March. All of the proceeds from the sale of Markus Klinko's photographs will be donated to the Women of Hope program of the Adventist Hospital Foundation's.
“By Women, for Tomorrow’s Women” is the first-ever all-women artist benefit auction organized by Miss Porter’s School. The funds raised are meant to help young american girls from all backgrounds to access a good education.
For its new We The Future campaign, Amplifier is inviting US students to think about the future of their country. The Seattle organization has engaged four artists to create eye-catching posters of ten young activists working to make the world a better place.
Tomorrow's Tigers is the new fundraising project organized by Artwise for WWF. By creating unique art rugs, 10 artists mobilized by the studio are trying to raise awareness towards the fate of wild tigers.