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Kids’ Art Contest – Greenhill’s Art For Animals Gala & Auction
September 20, 2017 - November 1, 2017
Greenhill Humane Society is calling for young artists to help us save lives!
For the last three years, Greenhill Humane Society’s annual art auction, Art for Animals, has included a kids’ art portion. Last year, the kids’ art portion of our fundraiser raised $400 to help us feed, house, and care for pets who are waiting for their adoptive homes.
This year, at our 10th Annual Art for Animals, we are hoping to display even more talented young artists’ work. The Kids’ Art component of Art for Animals is a chance for children and young adults to express compassion and give back to their community while having fun.
Our rules are simple: the students should be between K and 12th grade and attend a school in Lane County. The artwork itself needs to be 2-dimensional, between 4” and 18”, and should interpret, communicate, or incorporate the theme “Fur, Feathers and Friends.”
Student artwork will be available for purchase as part of the 10th Annual Art for Animals Gala and Auction on November 10th, 2017. Tickets are available by CLICKING HERE.
PLEASE SHARE this opportunity with all young artists!
If you have any questions, please call Andrew at 541-689-1503 x115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
You may also visit the online Adult Call For Artists event page at http://www.green-hill.org/event/call-for-artists/
THANK YOU FURRY MUCH!
Located in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, the place to heal and nurture homeless, neglected or abused animals is at Greenhill Humane Society. Greenhill operates two shelters in Eugene, Oregon. In both locations, animals are lovingly provided with safe shelter, high quality food, medical care, behavior training and lots of TLC. Greenhill has been caring for homeless animals for over 70 years and is largely funded through individual donations, both monetary and in-kind. Greenhill serves approximately 3,000 animals each year and never puts a time limit on how long an animal can stay in our care.