Fundraising Exhibition for Ukraine

14 April, 2022 1 min read

Fundraising Exhibition for Ukraine
The West End Gallery and accompanying artists have come together to create a unique exhibition supporting the people of Ukraine. With the assistance of the Ukrainian Congress of Canada, Edmonton, AB branch, our gallery and artists will be donating 100% of the monies raised to help families in need during this humanitarian crisis via the Ukrainian relief fund. The West End Gallery is not seeking to benefit from this cause and will not be seeking a tax receipt or benefit. Instead, our goal is to support the displaced people of Ukraine. We hope you will help this endeavour by selecting a painting or glass sculpture of your choosing belonging to this exhibition.

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