Art Auction for Frontline Covid Relief in India

START
10
July 2021
04:45 PM EDT
END
07
August 2021
At Midnight EDT

About Our Auction

Since the start of IGINP Canada's campaign on April 23, 2021, we have raised over $100,000 to meet the immediate needs on the frontline. We send our sincere thanks to all the supporters and contributors so far. Now, we're working towards beyond the $100,000 goal in total to bring further support to frontline women in India during the Covid crisis.

Proceeds from the online fundraising auction will be distributed via IGINP Canada to support the Covid-relief efforts of grass-roots organizations that are part of the Ekta Parishad network of reputable NGOs, that focuses its work in rural India.

IGINP Canada and the Mahatma Gandhi - Next Generation Leaders (MG-NGL) initiative are collaborating on this art auction to raise funds for this cause. Please consider bidding on one of these beautiful photos and paintings in support of this still ongoing challenge in India.

For additional auction details, please see our Terms of Reference at:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vTXhfR_YLFwVxLqK2YAH_FCHOd0n8eDFVVO7GGuk2mB38Hb2LxmYHQEXK5kbwpD0A/pub

For other inquiries (e.g. how to donate directly to this cause), please email: iginp.canada@gmail.com


About IGINP Canada and MG-NGL

The International Gandhian Institute for Nonviolence and Peace Canada — IGINP Canada — is a not-for-profit organization based in Toronto, Ontario. We promote education for peace and nonviolence in Canada and elsewhere by creating opportunities for educators and other interested community members to learn about promoting peace and nonviolence in their communities and supporting other organizations in Canada and elsewhere that promote education for peace and nonviolence.

Mahatma Gandhi - Next Generation Leaders (MG-NGL), is an affiliate of a charitable organization, based in Canada's national capital, called the Mahatma Gandhi Peace Council of Ottawa. MG-NGL aims to develop the next generation of Canadian leaders and change agents inspired by Gandhian principles.

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