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December 4, 2022 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm PST
Art Show Fundraising
by Julia Kosivchuk
SAVE THE DATE DECEMBER 4
ART – PERFORMANCE – FASHION
Midpen Media Center
Early Bird Price (through 11/24) – $35
Online Full Price – $45
At the Door Price – $50
* Tickets are tax deductible
Kids (ages 15 and younger) – FREE
All PROCEEDS GO TO UKRAINE
Saint Mykolay (St. Nicolas) is believed to come and put presents under kids’ pillows if they were good this year. Millions of Ukrainians, big and small, are waiting for the biggest present of all – freedom and peaceful life. While waiting for this to happen (hopefully soon), we invite you to a unique fundraising art show by Julia Kosivchuk, a prominent contemporary artist who creates masterpieces out of everything she touches, whether it is a canvas, a handbag, or clothes, a guitar or even sand.
In the program: art exhibition, fashion show, poetry reading, guitar singing.
Please come to share before-Christmas magic with Ukrainians and for Ukrainians.
All sales from tickets are donated to “You Are the Angel” (registered non-profit).
50% of art and merchandise sales profits are donated to The Ukrainian Air Force.
Here’s a little info about these true angels:
“A New York-based non-profit organization Central Part Angels, Inc. DBA “You Are The Angel” was founded in 2018 to provide relief to people affected by disasters, such as the earthquake in Haiti. Since February 2022 the organization has been focusing its humanitarian efforts exclusively on Ukraine. It assembled a group of over 200 volunteers who are working around the clock in Ukraine, Poland, Moldova, Romania and the U.S. to provide shelter, food, basic medical supplies and psychosocial support to both the refugees fleeing Ukraine for safety and those who are unable to leave the country and are surviving the daily deprivation and brutality of war. “You Are the Angel” is a volunteer-led organization that has no administrative costs, which allows for 100% of donations to be spent on providing relief directly to the victims of the war in Ukraine.”