The Art For Aid Project is grateful for the support of the beautiful people who donate a portion of their sales and skills to our efforts.
Jessie is a member of Aamjiwnaang First Nation but grew up in the country setting of Caledon, Ontario. She now calls Guelph home.
She graciously allocates a portion of her sales each year to The Art For Aid Projects efforts to put art supplies into remote Indigenous schools.
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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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Organizations who support our work
Woodsy Willow Bath
Tony Mihok Printing
Galerie D'art Riverside