NICK SMITH ‘NHS BLUE’ HARING DOG ORIGINAL ARTWORK
NHS CHARITY RAFFLE - £20 PER TICKET
IN COLLABORATION WITH RHODES CONTEMPORARY ART
With the widespread COVID-19 pandemic still ever present in our daily lives, we are all doing everything we can to help those we love and care for, even if that’s by simply staying at home.
With that in mind, it was decided we should do something more. So, after a quick chat, we agreed we should collaborate with Rhodes Contemporary Art to present a special charity raffle of a unique original artwork; with every penny going straight to NHS Charities Together.
The artwork we are raffling is a specially created, unique, original Nick Smith ‘Haring Dog’ presented in the distinctive NHS Blue colour with an accompanying signed hand-written note by the artist as well as full provenance backed by the gallery.
The image is taken from my sold out ‘Haring Dog’ print released last year, and all you have to do to have a chance of winning is donate a very small, but significant, £20 per entry . The money is literally going from you to NHS Charities Together via JustGiving.
As with any raffle the more tickets you buy, the greater chance you have to win!
To enter, donate £20 via the link below, and you will be entered into a draw.
The winner will be chosen at random and contacted on Tuesday 12th May.
100% of the proceeds will go to NHS Charities together
(Charity Registration No. 1186569)
Note: Once your donation has gone through, tick the box alongside “I’m happy to be contacted by Rhodes”. JustGiving can then share your contact details with us and we can contact you if you have won the artwork.
Gallery staff will be donating to the cause, but will not be entered into the draw to win.
ENTER THE RAFFLE
“30 years ago, Keith Haring died from an incurable virus. 30 years later we have another incurable virus turning our lives upside down. Thankfully we have the NHS to ease that suffering. This Haring Dog original 1 of 1 collage on paper in ‘NHS Blue’ is looking for a new home and the proceeds from this raffle will go towards supporting the NHS in the fight against Covid 19”