Our current artistic fundraising actions

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Our concept

The Hope Gallery helps artists to take part in digital fundraisings to benefit specific actions, rather than global causes. Each artist involved is invited to create an unique work of art, that we match with a fundraising goal. The action of giving becomes thus unifying, artistic and creative of meaning, as much as its charitable purpose.

Our revelation process

With unpublished works and different fundraising goals each time, all the revelations that we organize are unique. But the vision behind remains the same: to support a non-for-profit cause in full transparency, in a fun and innovative way, starting at 1 euro.

Because supporting causes that matter should be simple and exciting!

Comment donner : Entrepreneurs du Monde x Don Mateo
Comment donner : Entrepreneurs du Monde x Don Mateo — The Hope Gallery (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKckHftYEuT-WyiOgsx2a9g)

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We organize art revelations for good deeds at public or private events. As a foundation, non-for-profit or as a company, involve your donors, collaborators, clients or guests through a unifying artistic operation with a positive impact.

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Our latest artistic fundraising actions

Lyon, France

Kesadi x Secours Pop 69

For the 1st Lyon edition of the festival Street-art x Secours Pop MMXX, French artist Kesadi proposes to win the unique and original artwork of the event to support the project of educational and cultural accompaniment of the 140 children helped by Secours populaire du Rhône.

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Don Mateo x Entrepreneurs du Monde

Regularly committed to supporting causes related to education, French street artist Don Mateo wanted to offer his art to support Entrepreneurs du Monde's FANSOTO program. This new fundraising, through our platform, will fund a year of support for 400 women micro-entrepreneurs in the development of their income-generating business in Senegal.

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