ARTISTS SUPPORTING THE ART FOR AID PROJECT THROUGH ART SALES
The Art For Aid Project is grateful for the support of these artists who are donating a portion of their sales and skills to our efforts.
Rayven Gray is an Indigenous artist studying Concept Art at Algonquin College. She is the driving force behind the awards certificates that we do for "I Love First Peoples". Her impressive artwork is reserved solely for this program making it truly unique.
Jessie is a member of Aamjiwnaang First Nation but grew up in the country setting of Caledon, Ontario. She now calls Guelph home.
Jessie allocates a portion of her sales each year to The Art For Aid Projects efforts to put art supplies into remote Indigenous schools.
The Cheddar Stop
MISKO Red Pepper Jelly is locally made in Lanark County, Ontario at The Cheddar Stop.
5% of MISKO Red Pepper Jelly sales are donated to The Art For Aid Project and are used to send art supplies remote schools.
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Woodsy Willow Bath & Beauty donates 10% of the sales from their Zero2Go eco-friendly food kits to support The Art For Aid Project's efforts to get art supplies to remote Indigenous Canadian schools and communities.
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