Compassion and Appreciation for the Natural World Art Fundraiser
It's a precarious time for endangered species and the environment. Given the current administration's archaic agendas, we as thinking, conscientious, and compassionte people need to step up and show our support for environmentalism and sustainability. We need to act and support those organizations fighting on the front lines in Washington; the World Wildlife Fund is such an organization. WWF seeks to educate and help those in business and government make sound decisions regarding natural resources and the environment in general, holding paramount protection of vulnerable species, places, and communities worldwide.
The Compassion Anthology literary magazine is holding this art exhibit fundraiser to benefit the World Wildlife Fund. The Compassion and Appreciation for the Natural World Exhibit is being held at The Cabot Theater in Beverly, MA from May 17 to May 31 and online through our website starting in July. Fifty percent of all sales will go to contributing artists; fifty percent to the World Wildlife Fund. If you wish to purchase art, please visit our website at www.compassionanthology.com mid July. All other donations can be made here, through this page.
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