Thursday, 7 March 2013

P-p-pick up a Penguin for Comic Relief

This year I've decided to raise funds for Red Nose Day, but instead of doing something invariably unfunny for money, I am giving away some artwork instead:

Simply click on the link above and donate £5 (or more), and you will be entered into the draw to win one of my limited edition prints of a King Penguin (edition of 100).

Malaria, an entirely preventable illness, is the biggest killer in Africa. In 2010, an estimated 655,000 people worldwide died from malaria, and over 90% of these cases were in Africa. Approximately 86% of deaths globally were children.

I grew up in Kenya, but was in a privileged enough position to have access to a mosquito net and the relevant preventative drugs when in an at risk area. A simple luxury that is not available to a staggering number of people living in abject poverty in Kenya and across the rest of Africa. It only costs £5 for a mosquito net, which could very well be the difference between life and death for someone. Thank you for your donation.


Anonymous said...

I love that we can assign the value of a mosquito net to the donation. What a simple, yet meaningful, way to appeal for funds. I'll do my best to get the money in some denomination through the technical barriers!!
All the best,
Cathie Ledyard

Pranav Kumar Pathak said...


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