Thursday, May 5, 2011
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Bali Project Reception and Fundraiser of Children’s Artworks @ The Andrews Fine Art Gallery from 7:00-9:00 PM. Complimentary Wine and Appetizers provided during the reception and silent auction.
Address: 1002 North Coast Highway 101, Encinitas CA, http://www.theandrewsgallery.com/ (817) 235-2404
The exhibit will show at the gallery October 7th thru the 14th. For more information, read the Andrew’s Gallery promotion excerpt:
“A one night Charity Art Auction of beautiful photographs, many taken by the same underprivileged orphans in South East Asia that the sales proceeds will go directly to benefit. A truly inspiring project, learn more here "
Monday, September 14, 2009
Ongoing & Future Photo Exhibits
1) August 25 thru September 30, 2009 - Hacienda De Las Rosa Wine Tasting Room. Artist Reception Saturday September 19 from 6:00-8:00 PM. Champagne and appetizers provided. Address: 2754 Calhoun Street, Old Town San Diego, CA www.haciendawinery.com/artists (619) 840-5579 Get directions
All of the ongoing images sales proceeds including those from the May-17 fundraiser are in the process of being allocated to the three groups of kids I worked with while in Bali in October 2008. In addition, one Canon camera will be provided to an Orphanage director to further document the ongoing photo projects and provide insight to how the remainder of funds raised are being put to good use.
2) October 7 thru 14, 2009 – Andrews Fine Art Gallery – Image-In Project Bali Fundraiser. Artist Reception Saturday October 10 from 6:00-8:00 PM. Wine and appetizers provided. Address: 1002 North Coast Highway 101, Encinitas CA www.theandrewsgallery.com/ (817) 235-2404 Get directions
Monday, June 1, 2009
Although many of us were treading in unknown territory in the planning and preparation of A Heart for Children’s (AHFC) first fund raising event, all the months of hard work by many volunteers paid off. I was humbled and inspired to see so many people take heart and so freely invest their time to make this event become a reality. We raised a much needed $12,000.00 and brought awareness to many people who now understand the children’s call for help in Southeast Asia and how AHFC makes it so easy for them to make a personal impact in the lives of so many children for so little. For starters, these funds will be used to replace the roof of a large orphanage facility in Bali where over a hundred children now sleep two and three to a cot and are constantly awakened by water falling on them during the night. AHFC serves as an outreach organization bringing much needed aid to orphaned and abandoned children throughout Southeast Asia. With your donation, we are ready to act on a most immediate needs basis which often times translates in to saving lives and circumventing child trafficking. Please visit the first draft of our new website, http://www.aheartforchildren.org/, and God bless you as consider how you might help us in this very worth while mission. It’s all about the children….
Friday, March 20, 2009
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Change starts when someone sees the next step. -William Drayton
Kurt Kiel is this month’s Everyday Hero and you are about to see why. In January of 2008, Kurt started his journey through our Bravehearts Leadership Development Training program. As the month’s passed by I saw Kurt take on a whole new life for himself. He started to step outside of his normal routines; he started looking at where..... Read More...
Saturday, January 10, 2009
January 03, 2009
Indra & Dan,
As you can see from the before & after images, I am really moved me to see the “seeds of change” and witness the growth of the Darsinni Family's onion crop where we all once stood as unproductive soil during my visit. I am very pleased they carried through with it and want to give you much deserved recognition for orchestrating its success. I will definitely share the progress through my project blog. Hopefully their irrigation issues are resolved so that they have water to maintain the crop. Attached is a picture of the farm pre-crop.
Take care, blessings to you all!