I am looking forward to attending my first Timeraiser on March 21 in Toronto. I love art and helping communities is part of my personal mission. So, for those of you that don’t know about Timeraiser and their events, read on to find out how you can help some great causes with your time and expertise and get some great artwork for you wall while you’re at it. Plus I hear it is a fantastic party!
Information About Timeraiser:
Getting involved in your community isn’t always easy, so they made it simple for you to find relevant and meaningful volunteer opportunities that fit your busy lifestyle.
The Timeraiser is part volunteer fair and part silent art auction where, rather than money, you bid a number of hours you are willing to volunteer for an organization of your choice over the next 12 months. Check out their video from last year to see this great event in motion
Throughout the evening, meet with representatives from a variety of non-profit agencies that are looking for help, and match your skills to their needs. From the Earth Rangers, Meal Exchange and Contact Photography Festival, there are many stimulating ways to get involved in your community.
Pledge as much time as you can afford (they recommend a minimum of 20 hours) to the organization(s) of your choice (even if you don’t win during the art auction).
Tickets are only $20 (unless your boss wants to pay for yours).
To get your tickets or to find out more about Timeraiser visit: www.timeraiser.ca