George Rodrigue Foundation Selling Blue Dog Prints to Help Nonprofits
Jul 22 2020

George Rodrigue Foundation Selling Blue Dog Prints to Help Nonprofits

By: McKenna Smith

The George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts (GRFA) has announced that it has designated seven estate-stamped Blue Dog prints to be sold to the public for the purpose of fundraising for other nonprofits. The late artist, for whom the foundation was named, was a Louisiana native who gained fame for his Blue Dog series, and, since 2009, this GRFA program has helped to raise millions of dollars.

Now, more than ever, the organization hopes to make a difference as nonprofits struggle to make ends meet due to the effects of the coronavirus.

For a short time, these seven prints are available for the public to purchase, for $1,000 plus tax, along with shipping and handling. In support of other nonprofits, the buyer then has the opportunity to donate 50 percent of their purchase to the charity of their choice.

This is the perfect opportunity for those wishing to support nonprofits through this difficult time, but the offer is limited, and once normal operations resume, prints will again be only available for purchase by 501(c)3 organizations.

For more information or to purchase a print, click HERE.

Photo by "Mira (on the wall)."

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