Feed the Kids Too

Closed Cause page created in the Unspecified category by Bernie Harfleet


$308 of $6,000 goal
Given by 10 generous donors in around 4 months

‘Feed the Kids Too’ a sculptural installation of 6000 lunchboxes that is part of the New Zealand Sculpture OnShore Exhibition

  Nationwide

Feed the Kids sculpture installation will be apart of NZ Sculpture OnShore,which raises money for NZ Women's refuge.NZ Women's refuge provide beds for 240 women and children every day of the year.

The bigger picture for us the artists, is to have the worked viewed by the many thousands who visit the show, and through this process generate discussion and recognition of the problem, that will with luck cause some to act in a positive way to improve the lot of our young people. The next step for us is to secure sponsorship to fill the 6000 lunch boxes that make up the work, and distribute them to 6000 children at the end of the show.


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Update for 10/11/2014  10 November 2014

Posted by: Bernie Harfleet

new photos of sculpture installed at www.facebook.com/FeedTheKidsToo

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Margaret Dawson
Margaret Dawson on 08 Nov 2014
Such a wonderful looking work on line and a going for a terrific result afterwards too
$50
Cain McMillan (Ram Contracting NZ Ltd)
Cain McMillan (Ram Contracting NZ Ltd) on 06 Nov 2014
$160
jane zusters
jane zusters on 04 Nov 2014
Private
M Norwood
M Norwood on 03 Nov 2014
$10
Jude Nye
Jude Nye on 03 Nov 2014
$25

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