Art for charity

Like many people, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking during this time of social/physical distancing and self-isolating around the world due to COVID-19. One of the many things I can’t stop thinking about is that, while things have been far from easy, I am still so fortunate in so many ways. And it’s been incredibly, heartbreakingly hard for so many others.

Especially for those who need to be with the people they love right now.

So I’ve made the decision that, moving forward indefinitely, 100% of profits from my INPRNT print shop will be going to charity.
Right now I’d like to focus on supporting the Philip Aziz Centre and Emily’s House.
  • The Philip Aziz Centre is a community-based hospice, and Emily’s House is Toronto’s only children’s hospice, endorsed and supported by Sick Kids Hospital.
  • Both provide palliative care to those facing life-limiting illnesses. This includes people receiving end-of-life care.
  • I’ve seen the wonderful work that the staff and volunteers of both organizations do first-hand. It’s a very special place full of unbelievably caring people working with individuals and families going through so much.

For more information:

I’ve donated to them before, and plan to continue doing so. It’s not much, but every bit counts, and if I can increase that amount through anything that is made through my INPRNT shop, that would be amazing!

If you enjoy my artwork, and are looking to own a high quality reproduction of one of my illustrations, please consider checking it out!

♥ My INPRNT shop ♥

You can also donate directly to the organization through their website.

If you are able to help signal boost this, that would be greatly appreciated. This post is also available on Tumblr and Pillowfort.

Thank you so much!

– Maiji/Mary Huang, March 27, 2020
last updated: Oct 10, 2020