Arts and crafts market from our members…
31. march – 17. april 2017
Am Hof, Vienna
Date of the Jury
Our ART ADVENT Market Newspaper introduces you to individual craftsmen and women and informs you about the daily supporting programme at Vienna’s Art Space Karlsplatz. The next market newspaper will be sent to you at the beginning of November 2017.
divina art supports selected environmental and social projects.
„Haus Immanuel“ in the 2nd District of Vienna is a transition house run by the Caritas section of the Archdiocese of Vienna. It provides shelter for homeless mothers with their children, most of whom move in after an acute crisis. Services also include assistance with finding a job and day care place, help with educational problems, as well as personal coaching by social workers and volunteers.
Haus Immanuel needs donations for repairs, new furniture, or urgent therapies, in short, the kind of projects that can only be financed through special appeals.
This year, divina art teams up with caterer Alexander Horvath (booth no. 60) to support this social project. Alex is famous for making the best potato pancakes in town. To support Haus Immanuel, he adds a new goody to his menu this year: delicious, tempting, fragrant baked apples.
Like last year, GLOBAL 2000 will wrap your Christmas presents with loving care. Your donation for your professional wrapping(s) will go to GLOBAL 2000 and the Kind-Familie-Umwelt (“child-family-environment”) association.
The Kind-Familie-Umwelt (“child-family-environment”) association helps mentally and physically distressed children and youths by providing funds for psychotherapy as well as psychological treatment and counseling. This is done unbureaucratically and very quickly if help is needed urgently.
At the artisans’ market, you can find out more about the many activities of this association and how to donate. One way is to go to the divina art gift wrapping stand and have your presents nicely wrapped for a donation. The entire proceeds will go directly and without any deduction into therapy sessions for children.
For more information, visit www.kind-familie-umwelt.at
Artisans for Artisans
Most artisans are one-person companies or self-employed depending solely on their own work for a living. Being sick or having to take care of others for prolonged periods of time may ruin their existence.
divina art supports members in need.