Artwork for a Cause™

Artwork for a Cause™

Artwork for a Cause™

A 2020 one-of-a-kind project that helps local charities change lives in the community and secures a lasting legacy for your business

— What is it? —

In short, it’s an 18″ x 24″ (unframed size) completely hand-drawn fine original art commemorative print—a conversation piece showcasing the community as a snapshot in time that will be proudly displayed for decades to come.

Our artists and illustrators create hand-drawn, pen-and-ink images of the community’s historical landmarks, municipal buildings, churches, schools, and of course, local businesses like yours.

You can choose to include a miniature replica of your building, your logo, your sign, company vehicle, or whatever you feel will best represent your business’s place in the community’s history both now and for generations to come.

—How does this help the community? —

219 Community donates fine art commemorative prints to each of our 2020 Northwest Indiana 501c3 nonprofit charitable organizations to use at fund raising events this year and in the years to come. 100% of the money they raise from the sale/auction of the commemorative community prints stays with these 501c3 nonprofit organizations.

The proposed 2020 organizations that will benefit from this community project are:

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater NWI • Valparaiso Club
“Inspiring youth in our community to their full potential”

Meals on Wheels of NWI
“Nutritious meals, friendly visits, and senior wellness checks”

Opporltunity Enterprises
“We’re in the business of amazing people”

Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation
“Hope and help to NWI families • Children can be healed”

Visiting Nurses Association of NWI
“Helping seniors maintain health, dignity, and independence”

South Shore Friends of Veterans
“Providing assistance to Veterans and Veteran families”

Lakeshore PAWS
“Dedicated to finding loving homes for abandoned and unwanted pets, because they deserve it.”

Valparaiso Family YMCA
“To put Christian principles into practice to improve the quality of life in our communities.”