The art exhibition was free for anyone to attend on any of the days it was open. Donations were taken and artworks were sold, so any money raised will be sent to and directly used in the refugee camps, to help the families and children currently in them.
Anyone who bought a piece of artwork, will be able to pick up their new art piece at the end of the exhibition today.
So stick around and read all the information around you while you wait, have some light refreshments and speak to the people who put the event on to get to know them a bit better and about how to get involved if you’re interested in helping out.
Also you can help the refugees’ show you care by sending them a recorded message of support, to show that there are people in the world who care about what happens to them.
If you are interested in helping out with anything, refer back to the previous article From Syria With Love, as all details for contact are in that article. This way of helping out would be most effective, as it’s a humanitarian alternative to the affects and consequences of war.