Support the Victoria Hospice Society "Kits for Compassion" Fundraiser (and Maybe Win My Eucalyptus Tote Bag Too)!
The Victoria Hospice Society here in Victoria, BC, provides compassionate end-of-life care to the community and a large part of its budget comes from fundraising. This year, they are offering limited-edition "Kits for Compassion", gorgeous gift boxes filled with beautiful products from local businesses and artisans. 100% of the funds raised from the sale of these Kits will help provide compassionate end-of-life care for patients and families, all while supporting local businesses! Included in the price is an exciting virtual event on May 2 with lots of DOOR PRIZES, including my Eucalyptus totebag filled with stationery products from Monk Office (see below)! Treat yourself or someone you love (Mother's Day is coming up!) and you might just win one of the many door prizes too! For more info about this fundraiser or to purchase a Kit (quantities are limited, shipping in Canada available!), CLICK HERE!
BTW: I bought one for myself and intend to share it with my 90-year old Mom on Mother's Day! Thanks to Sharon Davies for thinking of me and asking if I would like to participate (in a small way)!
A few months ago, the City of Victoria (my hometown) put out a call to local artists to submit proposals for the "Storefronts Exhibition Program" Public Art Project to animate vacant commercial spaces in the Downtown core. To keep the project safer this year due to the pandemic, rather than site-specific installations, they requested patterned designs to cover vacant storefronts with vinyl wrap (just up my alley, right?!). Happily, my "Dream" design was chosen and has now been installed at 1420 Douglas St. (near Pandora Ave.)! If you find yourself in Downtown Victoria and happen to pass by it, please do take a photo and tag me!
READ MORE about this Public Art Project, including my Artist Statement!
Jackie Tahara of UnBlink Studio