Looking for 1 Million Cancer Survivors to add their colorful hand print to traveling art piece as we head across the U.S.A
Dedicated to Jeremy’s mom Betty, a cancer survivor, who at the time of diagnosis and throughout treatment, realized what matters most in life. Jeremy is traveling across the U.S.A. building a beautiful community of cancer survivors, sharing stories, art, smiles and showing that cancer can and will be beat. Turning his anger at cancer into an amazing, traveling art piece he is looking to add 1 Million colorful hand prints of cancer survivors to this canvas as he tours across the U.S.A.
All FREE, he provides the canvas, colorful paints and gloves (so no skin to paint contact), many survivors are also tagging the canvas with personal and inspiring quotes that will be shared with the world.
Friends and family are welcome to take part in the art, as well, with a small donation that goes 100% to charity.
There are 15.5 million strong and amazing cancer survivors in the U.S. and we are only looking for 1 million to add their personal touch to the 1 Million Hands Project.
We will be doing 3 locations and times most days January 28th– February 8th in the Charleston area. Our Facebook page @jointhe12
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