New Line of Socially Responsible Art from Give Prints

Rebecca Daneault March 6, 2012
New Line of Socially Responsible Art from Give Prints

Give Prints is a for-profit company that aims to provide financial support to various non-profit organizations that are already working to help people around the world.  They do this through the sale of brilliant socially responsible art – professional prints that have been generously donated by the talented photographers who captured them.  This initiative, through which 50% of the profits earned are donated to charity, allows photographers the chance to showcase their talent and give back at the same time while also providing consumers with the ability to help make a difference in the world.

Give Prints is now offering a new line of fabulous wood canvases, on which the socially responsible art is printed to create one-of-a-kind decorative pieces anyone would be proud to display.  All of their wood canvases vary in grain and all images are professionally printed with eco friendly inks on premium quality wood.  Each piece is then finished with beveled edging and cross routed on the back for easy hanging. While not every print in their extensive gallery of socially responsible art is available on wood canvas, a number of them are, including a variety of subject matter and styles perfect to suit any artistic preference.

Give Prints works with several charities, including: Three Angels Children’s Relief, an organization that helps children in Haiti through orphan-care, medical care, education and skills development; The Weingart Center, a group that is working toward breaking the cycle of homelessness; and the International Princess Project, a global initiative to help free women from prostitution in India – just to name a few.  By donating 50% of their profits to these partner charities, Give Prints is doing their part to help people around the world.  Just as one values the beauty of a print, Give Prints values the beauty of lives changed and invites you to joint them by purchasing a piece of socially responsible art today.

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