Use David Crighton Art's Catelogue for your Fundraising or Charity Event!

by Pamela Johnston January 24, 2015

Use David Crighton Art's Catelogue for your Fundraising or Charity Event!

David Crighton Art has always supported charities throughout the city - donating art to silent auctions.  What isn't so well known is that David will open up his extensive catelogue of art to your "exclusive and confidential" mailing list for purchase with a minimum of 25% of the purchase price* going directly to the charity you are raising funds for! 

Crightonism: It's not unusual for people, hospitals, schools and charities to ask me to donate an art print for their fundraising activities. 

One of the ways we can raise money if by me creating an artwork that can then be sold to the community or a list of donors, students, employees with a % of the sales going to the fundraising activity.  

Here is a short list of projects David is working on or recently completed:

Toronto Police Services, 42 Division - David was commissioned to create the art work for retirement gifting by the Station.  Each police division has a different way of raising funds such as raffle tickets for a barbeque or station pool on a game.  Officers at 42 Division will have the opportunity to purchase any product from David's 40 year catelogue of art prints with a percentage of the proceeds going to the stations fundraising efforts.

 Toronto Police Services, 42 Division by Art Illustrator David Crighton

 

Church of the Redeemer providing volunteer awards, token of achievement awards and volunteer recognition.  The original artwork is paid for by a minimum order of prints, note cards or other memorable art representative of their service to the neighbourhood or community they serve.  Once the original artwork is created, prints are available on an ongoing basis directly from David Crighton Art.

 

Good Shepherd Ministries:

Every year David donates a framed art print of their choice to the Silent Auction at their Gala.  This years Gala takes place February 7 (Click for details).  

 

Good Shepherd Ministries supporting homeless people in Toronto's Downtown Core

 

This year David is donating a beautifully framed "Old and New City Hall" to Silent Auction for Royal Canadian Curling Club

 

 

Crightonism: It's not unusual for people, hospitals, schools and charities to ask me to donate an art print for their fundraising activities. 

One of the ways we can raise money if by me creating an artwork that can then be sold to the community or a list of donors, students, employees with a % of the sales going to the fundraising activity.  

 

 ~David

 

 

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