Let's Get Together - Tornado Relief Aid for Tupelo, Mississippi - How YOU can help!
After doing a lot of thinking this past week about what I could do to help the idea came to mind that I could donate the profits from my prints to be used as part of the tornado relief fund to assist those that lost their belongings in Tupelo, Mississippi.
On Monday, April 28, 2014 at about 2:45 in the afternoon, a powerful EF-3 tornado ripped through Tupelo. It began on the west side of the city and move steadily and forcefully in a northeasterly direction, consuming homes, churches and businesses in its path for 24 miles.
What I would like to do is offer everyone the opportunity to own a piece of my art while allowing me to donate 100% of the profits from the sale to be used for tornado relief. The profits will be sent to a local agency that has been designated to disburse the funds.
Here is all you need to do:
Here is the link: http://lowry-wilson.artistwebsites.com
I will keep this active for the next week.
If you see a print on my regular website that isn't on the link above, let me know and I will arrange to get you a print.
Let's see how much we can raise to help.
A Christmas wreath and mattresses next to the street in the Joyner neighborhood in Tupelo. Supplies available for free at a church in the Joyner neighborhood. The storm right before the funnel formed. Look in the between the buildings at the bottom right and you can see the wall cloud.
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