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Easter Seals‘ annual art contest gives visual artits an opportunity to help this charity raise funds to provide programs and services for people with disabilities; founded in 1919, the organization provides programs and services to help these individuals find independence.

Pink Stargazer Lilies by Marilyn Wear for Easter Seals        Red and White Amaryllis by Debbie Venglar for Easter Seals      Lilies by Maurice Mahler for Easter Seals

Basically, all artists are welcome to participate and you would simply create as many drawings or paintings of a lilly  as you wish, in any of 5 categories (drawing, painting, pastels, colored pencil and computer generated art). Finalists are selected from amongst the submitted entries. This is a great way to use your talents to help others.

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The Lilly Oncology on Canvas exhibition and charitable competition gives visual artists who are: diagnosed with cancer, surviors, friends, family members and health care professionals the opportunity to express on canvas one of life’s most profound journeys. Developed by the Eli LIlly Company the competition is a way to honor those who have embarked upon this journey and the prizes awarded are in the form of donations to the winners’ cancer charities of choice.

 Artist\'s painting for Lilly Oncology On Canvas    Sculptors photo of his work for Lilly Oncology on Canvas

Basically you’re free to express your journey using any subject you choose in one of six categories: watercolor, photography, oil, acrylic, pastel and mixed media. The canvas entries should also be accompanied by a narrative sharing why the journey depicted is inspiring.

This is biennial exhibition and entries tour the country throughout each year inspiring people nationwide!

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The wonderful Cards Plus team of Soldiers Angels is dedicated to ensuring soldiers and their families receive support through a wide array of greeting and encouragement cards. They mail out hundreds of Birthday,  Anniversary,  New Baby, Get Well, Welcome Home and Encouragement cards.  If your visual arts ministry memebers are looking for a way to encourage the troops, here is a wonderful program for that.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Basically artists or groups would design cards in any medium and add encouraging notes for the soldiers or their families. If you have a heart for our brave men and women, this is a great outreach!

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According to Founder Mary Ann Rosser, Kinship Ministries’  goal is to “win as many people as we can for Christ… and to give artists a venue to display, share, and use their skills, talents and gifts to reach people by building relationships within their particular area of expertise.”

Basically they’re looking for talented visual artists (that’s you) who’d like to donate beautiful artwork with a drug/alcohol prevention message that will positively impact youth (and others) as part of their Faith Community Health Ministries outreach and future programs. If you’re into art trading cards this is perfect!

They’re also looking for visual artists willing to volunteer time to enrich lives through art exhibitions, demonstrations and classes.  Contact them to get started!

 

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“Our mission is to promote awareness and raise financial support to feed, shelter and educate these children.” 

This is the desire of the founders of The Cradle Project.  Its an art installation project designed to raise awareness of the plight of children orphaned in Africa.

Artist\'s Creation for The Cradle Project

Basically visual artists create cradles out of found materials and the artwork is displayed for public viewing as well as at on online auction site. After the pieces are auctioned, the proceeds are donated to partner organizations who work directly with orphans thoughout sub-saharan Africa.

Artists of all ages from around the world are welcome to participate.

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Calling all artists living in the San Francisco Bay Area! Heroes And Hearts is a wonderful opportunity (held annually) for you to use your talents to create one-of-a-kind decorated hearts which benefit the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation. This Foundation funds projects to enhance patient care.

                                  By Sidnea D\'Amico

        By Emily and David Broom for Heroes and HeartsBy Susan Posey Tibbon for Heroes and HeartsBy David Fullarton for Heroes and HeartsBy Tina Lauren Veitmier for Heroes and HeartsBy Jud Bergeron for Heroes and Hearts

Basically, you’d simply submit samples of your artwork during the ‘call for submissions’. Artist’s are selected from among the entries received and the selected artists are then given the wonderful opportunity to design creative hearts to be displayed throughout the city and later sold at auction.

Its a terrific way to use your artistic talents to help others get healthcare!

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An organization called Blind Art is doing just that. A charitable organization based in the UK, they’re dedicated to bringing the joyful experience of visual art to visually impaired individuals.

They have sponsored a number of well-attended shows, wonderful exhibitions, and great competitions around the world.


Basically if you’re an artist looking for venues to help others experience the joys of art here’s a good one to consider. You can donate a piece to their permanent collection. They’re open to all and accept art donations on an ongoing basis. This can also be an awesome project for your group or visual arts ministry. I think this is a great effort and an awesome idea.

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