The Homestead Sponsorship Programme Online Art Auction 2014
The artworks offered on this online auction have been donated by the artists, private donors, and Johans Borman Fine Art. All payments will be made directly to the Sponsorship Programme.
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The 6 artworks illustrated here will be open to bids by E-mail: email@example.com, or telephone: 021 683 6863 or cell: 082 566 4631, from Thursday 4 December until their respective deadlines on Thursday 11 December 2014.
Conditions of sale
1. Reserve prices for the artworks are indicated on the website. The current highest bids will be displayed on the website as soon as we have received them.
2. Buyers are welcome to leave commission bids, with instructions regarding bidding increments, with Johans Borman Fine Art. Such bidders will be notified every time a higher bid has been registered.
3. Should there be more than one active bidder during the last 15 minutes before a deadline, all the active bidders will be phoned to conclude the bidding process for that lot.
4. No additional buyer’s premium is charged, which means that there are no extra sales charges added to the amount that is bid.
5. Johans Borman Fine Art undertakes to conduct this auction process in a fair and transparent manner to the full benefit of The Homestead Sponsorship Programme.
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The Homestead Projects For Street Children
The Homestead is a registered Non-Profit Organization based in Cape Town, which was established in 1982. The Organization’s main objective is to assist boys living on the streets of Cape Town.
The Homestead’s education programme strives to provide children that successfully transition away from street life with a stable economic future as well as with the opportunity to reach their full potential, for instance as a plumber, a policeman, a social worker, an executive pastry chef or even a lawyer. This means the Homestead has a huge education task on its hands with up to 100 chronically neglected, abused, emotionally and educationally deprived ex street children living at the Homestead who require: basic education stabilisation and assessment; a varied, creative and child specific approach to education in general; a basic internal education programme for those boys not yet able to attend school; professional external education assessments; access to private and specialised schools for children with behavioural and education challenges; creative education alternatives towards economic independence for children with severely limited education capabilities; and then just the day to day general school slog of uniforms, transport, extramural activities, books, stationary, school fees, computers, internet access for homework projects and all the normal costs that go into educating a child today. It is a huge task made bigger by the need to use over 10 different education institutions spread across the city and by the need to accommodate low functioning children, children not ready to go to school and a number of boys currently doing Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12. This is a task all made possible by your exceptionally generous donations, donations that make it possible for our boys to turn their dreams into reality, that provide education opportunities which create viable futures, that keep children from returning to the street and that break destructive family cycles. It is an incredibly special thing you do and for which we and the boys are extremely grateful. Thank you.
Director at The Homestead Projects for Street Children
To sponsor a child or make a donation, please phone Amori on +27 (0)82 464-2135, or E-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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To view the details and results of the 2009 Homestead Annual Online Charity Art Auction click here
To view the details and results of the 2010 Homestead Annual Online Charity Art Auction click here
To view the details and results of the 2011 Homestead Annual Online Charity Art Auction click here
To view the details and results of the 2012 Homestead Annual Online Charity Art Auction click here
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