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Supporting our community in a time of conflict

Supporting our community in a time of conflict

The events unfolding before our eyes today are shocking, heart breaking, surreal and unnecessary. Many of our Artfinder artists are based in the Ukraine. It's unthinkable to imagine what they must be going through and it is our job to do everything we can to support them through this difficult time.

Art for Peace with all proceeds to humanitarian aid

From 1st March to 31st March 2022, 100% of all proceeds made from artworks sold from the Art for Peace collection will be donated to Sunflower of Peace, a non-profit organisation working to provide medical and humanitarian aid to paramedics and doctors in the areas that are affected by the violence in Ukraine.

Supporting Ukrainian artists in other ways

We have reached out to all artists in the Ukraine to give them the option to place their shops on hold. You'll see a yellow notice on all listings from sellers based in the Ukraine which explains whether they are able to or wish to sell their art currently. We are also pausing all paid plan fees owed by Ukrainian artists for the foreseeable future, a small financial gesture which we hope will help in this difficult time.

Shipping from Ukraine may be affected

Please note that many of our Ukrainians artists are simply not able to ship artwork at this time and so the best way to support our artists there is by shopping the Art for Peace collection or directly donating to a charity of your choice.

Michal and Team Artfinder

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