CHILDREN'S CHAIR AUCTION

START
04
December 2020
08:00 AM PST
END
13
December 2020
08:03 PM PST
RAISED
$3,765.00
GOAL $3,500.00
107.6% REACHED!

About Our Auction

THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR SUPPORTING OUR AUCTION!
THE DONATION BUTTON IS STILL OPEN

DONATIONS WELCOME ️️️
If you want to help out but don’t need a chair or didn’t get the top bid on the one you wanted , you can still support the Grandmothers with a cash donation. Press the Donate button above. Tax receipts are available for donations of $25 or more. Thank you

The Sunshine Coast Grandmothers and Grand Others ,with the generous help of 16 local artists, have taken 16 children's wooden chairs and lovingly turned them into works of functional art.
Our local Grandmother’s Group is part of the Stephen Lewis Foundation, stephenlewisfoundation.org. Our members are united by their commitment to support the work of African grandmothers who are raising a generation of children orphaned by AIDS. African Grandmothers are the centres of their communities, and their heavy workload is now compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic. With few resources, they display astonishing reserves of love, courage, resilience, and hope.

From December 4th - December 13th you can bid on your favourite children's chair at any time of day. Just keep checking in as the bids increase. At the end of the auction, on Sunday, December 13th at 8 pm, you may be the proud owner of a delightful hand-painted children's chair, and you will have the satisfaction of knowing that your money has gone to a wonderful organization.

You may view the chairs in person at the Gibsons Public Art Gallery. You’ll be enchanted by these wonderful little chairs!

Scroll down, click "View All Items", and the chairs with names of artists will be displayed.

For other information, contact Joan Fox at foxjoan88@gmail.com.


About Grandmothers & Grand Others

The Sunshine Coast Grandmothers and Grand Others support the Stephen Lewis Foundation .

Please refer to www.grandmotherscampaign.org for more information about this great cause.

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