I have a selection of cards, notebooks and gifts that I have produced specifically to raise money for charities that are close to my heart. Please help me to support them by visiting my Etsy shop or clicking on the links below:
The story of the ‘Bebop Elephants’:
The ‘Bebop’ painting started as a commission from a young mum; Rebecca, who’s young sons, Mason and Liam, are both showing signs of Autism, as yet not diagnosed. Rebecca lives in Canada, her Mum and grandparents live in England. Rebecca’s sons have never met their great grandparents, but have skyped with them regularly. Following the family tradition, started by Rebecca when she was a child, the boys called their great granddad ‘Bebop’.
The family of Bob Grundy wish for the products bearing the image of the ‘Bebop Elephants’ to be sold in his memory to raise ‘Autism Awareness’, and also wish for a donation from each sale is to go to ‘A Slice of Advice’, an organisation that works to support individuals and families affected by Autism. These gifts and cards are sold to raise awareness of Autism and to raise money for ‘A Slice of Advice’; with 25% of each sale going to this charity. This will be Bob Grundy’s legacy; affectionately known as ‘Bebop’.
Do you believe in magic? Bev does.
Join her in this beautiful, poignant one-woman show as she explores her progression through grief and healing after the loss of her son Jess and seeks to find her magic again.
Beverley uses storytelling, comedy, clowning and film to introduce the audience to her new reality of unpredictable triggers, clichés and flashbacks, and invites them to share in the new-found surreal humour she deploys to find peace after bereavement. Equal parts moving and magical, Finding Magic is a story of loss, longing, love and laughter.
I have created a range of 3 cards depicting ‘The Magic of Polar Bears’, created from original pastel pictures. These cards are sold to raise money for Finding Magic, with 25% of each sale going to this organisation.
RSPCA East Winch was awarded the special Editor’s Choice award at the Daily Mirror and RSPCA Animal Hero awards in November 2014, for the East Winch Seal Rescue Project. They are well known for their work with seals, but this wildlife centre does so much more.
I have created a range of cards and notebooks depicting just some of the wild animals that are rescued and nursed back to health by East Winch. These gifts and cards are sold to raise money for RSPCA East Winch charity, with 25% of each sale going to this charity.
Fresh Start For Hens are a not for profit organisation, run entirely by volunteers who are dedicated to rehoming hens from the commercial egg production sector. Their aim is to raise awareness of the plight of the commercial hen, and demonstrate that there are alternatives to early slaughter.
I have created a range of cards and notebooks depicting a few of the hens that have been rescued by FSFH. These cards and gifts are sold to raise money for Fresh Start For Hens charity (FSFH), with 25% of each sale going to the charity.
F.A.I.T.H. Animal Rescue is a progressive animal rescue centre, where animal welfare comes first. We believe that their mental health and well being are as important as their physical health.
I have created a range of cards and notebooks depicting the resident animals of Woodgate Nursery in Aylsham (where my extensive range of cards and notebooks is available to buy). These gifts and cards are sold to raise money for F.A.I.T.H, with 25% of each sale going to this charity.
Current location where cards and notebooks available to purchase:
Woodgate Nursery, Cawston Road, Aylsham, NR11 6UH
ETSY – CoraCoraStudio