Kedron Art Group to Hold Week-Long Show

Photo credit: Kedron Art Group/Facebook

Kedron Art Group will be holding a week-long show at the Aspley Hypermarket from the 19th to 25th of June, just outside the Discount Drug Store.

(Photo credit: Kedron Art Group/Facebook)

Every month, the Kedron Art Group organises shows in shopping centres. They aim to promote their handmade artwork. There will be sections for paintings solely made by the members of their group. A dedicated section for crafts and gift ideas are also on the list with embroideries, decorations, and jars on display.

 

Various Charities Involved

Apart from showcasing its members’ talents, Kedron Art Group is supporting the community by donating. Parts of the sales in their art shows will go to the local charities Karuna Hospice and Tough Love.

Karuna Hospice

(Photo credit: www.karuna.org.au)

Karuna Hospice was established in 1992 at 27 Cartwright Street, Windsor. It is a charity that helps individuals in Kedron, Caboolture, Redcliffe and Brisbane’s Northern suburbs to live a happy life by providing care and support for people suffering from chronic illnesses, as well as people who are grieving for a lost of a loved one and people finding meaning in life.

Tower Ad

Their services include “Home & Palliative Care” to provide in-home care for people of every age, children to senior citizens, without any fees. They also provide bereavement support to help people suffering from grief and loss. They also provide memorial services, especially to indigent people.

Only 50% of Karuna’s funds and budget are supported by the Queensland Health and the rest comes from donations and fundraising events such as the Kedron Art Group’s shows. To learn more about the services and details on how to donate and volunteer, visit their website.

 

Tough Love

Meeting Of Support Group
(Photo credit: www.toughlove.org.au)

Tough Love is a non-profit organisation that supports parents who are facing difficulties in dealing with unacceptable behavior from their teenage children. It is a network of parents, helping other parents, to bring positive changes to the whole family.

Tough Love is a parent group that will offer support through brainstorming and providing collective experiences on how to deal properly with teenagers’ behavioural problems. The organisation also focuses on showing parents that they deserve to be treated with respect.

As a non-profit community based organisation, Tough Love’s operation relies on donations and fundraising events. Donations can be monetary or in the form of equipment, services, and volunteering. Check out their services and donation details on their website.

(Photo credit: Kedron Art Group/Facebook)

For other upcoming art shows, check out the Kedron Art Group’s Facebook page.