the heART Show 2019!

Promo heart 2 s550
START
31
January 2019
At Midnight EST
END
28
February 2019
10:00 PM EST
RAISED
$3,925.00
GOAL $4,500.00
87.2% To Goal

About Our Auction

Thank you for your interest in the third annual heART Show and auction, organized by Rustic Roots restaurant in Shelburne Village, Vermont. This show of over 90 heARTworks by talented artists is on display at our restaurant through March 31st. The artists have created these original pieces and are donating their time and sales to benefit a great cause in Burlington, Vermont, Outright Vermont. When you purchase a heART, the funds will go go directly to helping this wonderful organization in serving over 2,100 youth in a year and up to 5,000 educators, families, and community members overall state-wide.

Now here's where you come in: consider this perfect opportunity to look beyond the flowers and candy, and surprise your sweetie with a unique Valentine’s Day gift while supporting local artists, a small business, and a great cause all in one! (Just please be aware that if you are purchasing as a Valentine's Day gift, your recipient will have to wait until the show is over to receive it physically).

PLEASE CLICK ON VIEW ALL ITEMS to the left to see all 90+ of the heARTS! For high resolution images, visit our facebook page: facebook.com/rusticrootsvt


About Outright Vermont

The Mission of Outright Vermont is to build safe, healthy, and supportive environments for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth ages 13-22. When you purchase a heART, you send a clear message to LGBTQ+ youth that they are seen, supported, and loved just as they are!

Funds raised from heARTS go directly to helping youth discover themselves and supportive peer connections, strengthen families, and transform communities. Thanks to you, each year Outright Vermont works with over 2,100 youth and up to 5,000 educators, families, and
community members across Vermont.

More about Outright:
We envision a state where LGBTQ+ youth have:
Less suicidality and self harm, and more access to information & resources, identity validation, leadership skills, resilience, and vibrant connections to peers and adults;

Where families of LGBTQ+ youth have:
Skills for empathy & active allyship, resources to support LGBTQ+ youth, and supportive relationships with youth and a community of family peers;

And where schools, communities and systems are:
Safe, empathic, and resourced, creating policies & practices that affirm LGBTQ+ youth, and actively engaged in shifting gender & sexuality norms for all youth.

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