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‘Portrait for a Cause’ returns in support of #TogetherWeHeal campaign

The Gateway Gallery brings back ArtHeals Portrait for a Cause to support Araneta City’s #TogetherWeHeal campaign and help families affected by the COVID-19 crisis.

‘Portrait for a Cause’ returns in support of #TogetherWeHeal campaign
In line with the recent developments on the enhanced community quarantine, Gateway Gallery brings back the ArtHeals Portrait for a Cause. 
Get a free portrait in digital format upon donating a minimum amount of P1,050 to the #TogetherWeHeal donation drive until May 22. Gateway Gallery’s artist friends Cee Cadid, Raks Molata, Naning Molata-Gavin, Joem Chua, Ronald Lopez, Dave Temperamente, Joseph Espino, and Adrian Karl Gutierrez will render the donor’s portraits as a gratitude for the support. 

To join: Donate through http://bit.ly/AranetaDonationDrive; Send your proof of donation and a clear photo reference to [email protected]aranetagroup.com; and Portraits in digital format will be sent through email.

The #TogetherWeHeal campaign was launched by Araneta City last March 31 in partnership with J. Amado Araneta Foundation, Binibining Pilipinas Charities Inc., and TicketNet. It aims to help indigent Filipino families who have difficult access to basic food needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For as low as P350, a donor may be able to provide one food pack that contains two kilos of rice, canned goods, packs of noodles, and vegetable seed packets provided by the Department of Agriculture - Bureau of Plant Industries.

Interested donors may donate to the #TogetherWeHeal campaign until June 15.

Topics: Gateway Gallery , ArtHeals Portrait for a Cause , #TogetherWeHeal campaign , Araneta City
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