Numerous Huron County charities will be represented at a weekend art project in Goderich.
Proceeds from items sold at the World Rooted Art Project For the People (WRAPP) will benefit a humanitarian project.
Artist and organizer Bethany Davidson says her art pieces will be on display, as well as items from numerous local artists, including former refugees who now call Canada home.
Davidson says the Huron Respite Network will be one of the many recipients of proceeds at the event.
Other organizations to be represented at WRAPP include:
- Tanner Steffler Foundation
- Rural Response for Healthy Children
- Victim Services of Huron County
- Huron Women's Shelter, Second Stage Housing and Counselling Services
- Huron Respite Network
- Welcome Project
- The Red Book: Lemur Conservation in Madagascar
- Maitland Trail Association (MTA)
- Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation
The World Rooted Art Project For the People runs Friday November 16th at Goderich's FauxPop Studios, 1 Maitland Road, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m..