Partners for World Health to Raise Funds for Vital Medical Supplies with Virtual Art Auction on May
Portland, Maine —Partners for World Health (PWH) in partnership with Moss Galleries, is holding its first-ever virtual art auction from May 3-7, 2021. Proceeds from the art auction will support PWH’s mission of collecting and distributing vital medical supplies to individuals and organizations in need, both locally and globally. Art will be on view at Moss Galleries in Falmouth from May 3-7.
Among the 50-some artists who generously provided their works for this important cause are emerging and established Maine artists including Holly Brooks, Rush Brown, Michelle Hero Clarke, Torrie Dorsey, Diana Johnson, Judy Kane, Richard Keen, Benjamin Lussier, Dawn Maron, Cheryl Seavey, Todd Webb, Katarina Weslien, Janie Young, and so many more!
The art auction will go live online starting at 8 a.m. on Monday, May 3 where people can bid on more than 100 artists until the auction closes at 8 p.m. on Friday, May 7. Starting bids for the various works of art range from $25 to $1,500.
Visit the Partners for World Health’s website partnersforworldhealth.org for the latest details about the auction.
Image caption: Benjamin Lussier, Rollers, oil on canvas, 12 x 16 inches. Starting bid: $500
About Partners for World Health
Founded in 2009, Partners for World Health (PWH) is the only New England-based nonprofit organization that collects, repackages, and distributes medical supplies to those in need, both locally and internationally. PWH aims to improve health conditions by sending medical personnel on medical missions to developing countries and educating New England communities about global health issues. PWH is also helping to keep the planet green by collecting more than 2 million pounds of medical supplies since 2009 that would have been destined for landfills. For more information, visit partnersforworldhealth.org and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.