Hero Foundry seeking donations
The nonprofit organization the Hero Foundry, which helps provide comics and graphic novels to libraries and other organizations, has a new fundraiser planned and is seeking donations. From the e-mail:
This year we are launching a new reading program that we think will complement our endowments of graphic novels but also allow schools and libraries to directly influence youth with the power comic books. In order to help The Foundry Titan Comics, and The Hero Foundry are joining forces to put on a Live Art Show, Art Auction and Music Event.
To accomplish this though we are looking for artists who would like to participate in the live art show and/or donate some of their art for the auction. Can you draw, are you creative, do you paint then we need your help! We are looking any artists that create comic books or create fine art on the canvas then we want you to come help a worthy cause during a night of creative philanthropy or people who own original art and want to generously donate a piece from their private collection for the cause.
If you are interested in helping spread the word or participating in the Live Art and/or donating original art for the auction then please email Brian Warthen at firstname.lastname@example.org or Paul Milligan at email@example.com.
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