“ART OF GIVING” EXHIBITION AND SALE OF CHILDREN’S ART IN AID OF CHARITY, 2016
21st – 23rd October 2016
Venue: Lellos Art Point Gallery at 209-211 St. Andrew’s Street, Limassol
Tel. +357 99 40 21 80 / +357 99 38 97 85
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 09:00-13:00, 15:00-18:00
Friday 21st October 2016 – Exhibition Opening Reception – 7pm
Saturday 22nd October 2016 – Exhibition and activities for kids
Sunday 23rd October 2016 – Prize Giving Party – 4:00pm for Exhibitors, friends & family of the artists.
The aim of this community service project “Art of Giving” is teaching Friendship, Love and Sharing. This project was organized by Cyprus International Women of Today and supported by www.MumsinCyprus.com
Participation is Free. All proceeds raised from this project go to the Cyprus Association “One Dream, One Wish” (Make a Wish) for cancer-afflicted children. The Cyprus Association “One Dream One Wish” focuses its activities on three main pillars: the fulfillment of the best wishes of the cancer-afflicted children, the financial support of their families and the psychological support of the children and members of their immediate environment (read more on www.enaoniromiaafxi.com).
Please find the Rules for participating in the “Art of Giving” Exhibition project. Should you have any questions, enquiries, sponsorship suggestions – please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
We would like to say BIG thank you to our Sponsors:
“The Art of Giving” project in 2014:
The Art of Giving Exhibition and Art Sale was a huge success!! CIWOT, sponsors, participants and the art sale raised over 1500 euros for Cans for Kids.
The community service project “The Art of Giving” aimed at teaching children to give for charity. The project was initiated by Cyprus Women of Today, and supported by MumsinCyprus. With the help of friends and sponsors, CIWOT organized the Exhibition & Sale of paintings and other art pieces made by children of different ages.
The theme of the exhibition 2014 was ‘Sharing and Giving’.
The proceeds from the sales at the exhibition went to the Charity ‘Cans for Kids’, a charity which supplies medical equipment for the children’s wards at Cyprus hospitals.Click here for a short video from Cans for Kids about what their organization does.