As part of our “paying-it-forward” segment we try highlight and share with you work being done in our NGO sector and give them an additional avenue to share their work.
This week we take a look at the Orion Organisation NPC – The Art Boyz project. Orion has been operating in Atlantis, Western Cape for more than 30 years and create futures for people with disabilities through the provision of professional therapeutic and development services.
The Art Boyz – under the mentorship of renown artist Richard Scott has grown in leaps and bounds and recently the 6 young artists hosted their first exhibition and auction of their work at their annual Gala event.
If you would or could get involved in any way (either with financial contributions/supply of art material or would like to purchase an art piece from them you can connect directly with Veronica Pronk on Veronica Pronk [email protected]
Here’s a peak at some of their work – enjoy!
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- South Africa’s gaming industry is expected to bring in revenue to the tune of R3.6 billion by the end of the year – but where are the non-gaming advertisers? |#Marketing |#Insights - September 10, 2019
- Dormakaba cycling ambassador programme grows MTB in SA |#PayItForward - September 10, 2019