AUTO ARTISTS FOR UKRAINE
Supporting An Initiative created by Automotive Artists Jonny Ambrose and Adam Gompertz
Auto Artists for Ukraine is an automotive artist-led initiative to create a charitable response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.
Our Aim is to sell artworks from many automotive artists, via social media, where 100% of the sale is donated to the British Red Cross ‘Ukraine Crisis Appeal.
AUTO ARTISTS FOR UKRAINE is the collective group name, and we’ve already been heartened at how many artist, photographer/ illustrator peers have pledged to help out so far (the list can be found below).
Over 30 artists have agreed to donate artworks, ranging from very affordable prints to larger priced items, some being auctioned. We want most works to be affordable at a set price for all to participate.
WHAT WE ASK: If you would consider helping us by simply sharing some of our social media posts to highlight the cause.
Why we are doing this: We realise our initiative might only make a small contribution in the grand scheme of things, but we wanted to raise funds, and join others in uniting a love of all things automotive and to help Ukrainians fleeing the conflict.
Chosen Charity is the Red Cross who have trusted existing protocols in many countries around the world and are already working in Ukraine. This allows our contributing artists in Germany, France, Portugal to donate to their national Red Cross/ Red Crescent Charity easily, united by the same cause.
How the easy sale and donation process works:
1) On social media, artists post their chosen artwork/ print/ sculpture which they are donating 100%
2) Buyer pays the artist directly
3) Artist donates 100% to the Ukraine Appeal via their national Red Cross website. Artists send us a quick screen-shot of their donation receipt, which will allow us to keep a tally of the total amount raised.
We would be really grateful if you are able to help promote the Auto Artists for Ukraine aim of raising funds for the Red Cross please.
Thank you for reading this. Please get in contact if you have any questions
Jonny Ambrose and Reverend Adam Gompertz