Charitable Work: Princes Trust

17/02/19 by Bridget   News

Most everyone knows the Princes Trust, founded in 1976 by Prince Charles, it is one of the most successful funding organisation in the UK. They do excellent work with vulnerable young people aged 11 to 30 years old, having helped over 870,000 young people turn their lives around and in so doing, created 125,000 entrepreneurs and given business support to 395,000 people in the UK. We are very proud to working with such a worthy and high profile charity especially known for supporting the creative arts.

Currently we are working towards a formal dinner at Highgrove with a classical concert and high end art auction. We are pouring our expertise into the art auction, curating a particularly fine body of work from invited artists, which will be available to view and bid for online (a link will be posted here two weeks prior to the auction date, currently set for June this year). A high quality, full colour catalogue will also be available to purchase, should you be interested. In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek at some of the artists onboard already:

Derek Balmer PPRWA
Corinna Button RE
Lynne Cartlidge RCA
David Griffiths (Royal Portraitist)
Kerry Harding
Kurt Jackson
Vanni Macchiagodena
Alina Maksimenko
Mick Morgan
Sumi Perera RE
Jackie Philip
Paul Wadsworth

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