“Shake 4 The Quake” Fundraiser for Haiti

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Project Description

SHAKE FOR THE QUAKE: FUNDRAISER FOR HAITI RELIEF – JUNE 4, 2010 132 N. Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101

Curated by Omar Holguin, Director and Owner of La Mancha Gallery

We must not forget their continued struggle, the work in Haiti is long-term, we can work together, not to change our situation in one day, but step by step. The relief work continues: On Friday, June 4th, 2010, La Mancha Gallery and its Artists committed to support the continued Haiti earthquake relief and recovery plans in Haiti. La Mancha Gallery donated the works of Artists Natalie Franco, David Taveras, Eddie Jelinet, Minas Halaj and Samvel Hallaj, as well as donated their time and effort to help raise money for the relief process in Haiti. As a result $10,000 dlls where raised during a silent auction and a benefit titled “Shake for The Quake“, held at the All Saints Church in the City of Pasadena. La Mancha Gallery will be supports ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development), a group of some of the world’s largest humanitarian relief organizations, which focuses on creating economic opportunities for Haitians and rebuild local infrastructure. The effort continues… We encourage you to continue supporting this important work. NUMBER OF WORKS UNDER CONSIGNMENT: 6 FRAME SIZES: Various SPACE REQUIREMENTS: 30 linear feet (10 linear meters)

Project Details:

Client: ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development)
Date: April 04, 2010
Skills: Fundraiser, Art Installation, Social Media Promotion & Awareness
View: allsaints-pas.org

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Fundraiser Feature

La Mancha Gallery donated the works of Artists Natalie Franco, David Taveras, Eddie Jelinet, Minas Halaj and Samvel Hallaj, as well as donated their time and effort to help raise money for the relief process in Haiti. As a result $10,000 dlls where raised during a silent auction and a benefit titled “Dance for The Quake”, held at the All Saints Church in the City of Pasadena.

ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development)

La Mancha Gallery will be supports ER&D (Episcopal Relief & Development, a group of some of the world’s largest humanitarian relief organizations, which focuses on creating economic opportunities for Haitians and rebuild local infrastructure.
The effort continues… We encourage you to continue supporting this important work.

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