A Photo for a Life! Benefit Sale in Association with Doctors Without Borders
I just received this notice from Stephen Perloff of The Photo Review and wanted to share it. I think that the benefit is for a very good cause.
Westchester (NY) Photographers and Westchester Photo Groups in direct response to the starving children in Haiti, which Doctors without Borders are trying to nourish and save, will be having a large sale of unmatted and unframed original signed photographic prints at All Saints Church on Scarborough Road in Briarcliff Manor, New York (1 mile west of Route 9) on Saturday, December 13th from 1-4 p.m.
Every print will sell for $25.00 even though the prints are worth much more, but it is felt that the sale of each print at this price can feed a child for several days in Haiti and provide valuable nourishment and hydration. In these difficult times here is a chance to acquire an amazing work of art and to also help save starving children. All funds raised from the sale will go to Doctors without Borders for their work in Haiti. This benefit has been organized by Ossining photographic artist Mark Sadan and Betlinn (Shamou) Louis, a young Haitian woman student from the small village of Marigot in Haiti who is currently studying in the US. Both Mark and Betlinn be at the sale. For further information call Mark Sadan at 914 762-0219.
Photographers wishing to donate prints can send them to Mark Sadan, c/o Ray and Alice Lowery, 46 Laurel Hill Road, Croton, NY 10520.