Free Admission! Donations welcomed.
The Rhys Jones Community Centre and its charity Croxteth Healthy Minds is the focus to Gyeyosi Gallery's and CEG's fundraising event.
We are hosting an Art Exhibition in Liverpool's beautiful Exchange Station to raise awareness and as much funds as we can for this amazing charity. All donations, small and large are greatly appreciated!
The exhibition's opening event is on Thursday 30th January and the exhibition runs until Friday 27th March 2020. Art brochures are now available at Exchange Station Liverpool and at 196 Deansgate, Manchester. 100% of all proceeds will go to the charity.
The money raised will be donated to Croxteth Healthy Minds; launched in 2018 and set up by The Rhys Jones Community Centre which became the core hub of Croxteths’ regeneration. This campaign provides an essential listening service for young people who want to understand their mental health. The Rhys Jones Community Centre was opened in 2013, by Rhys’ parents Melanie and Stephen and his brother Owen in memory of their son and brother Rhys Jones. In 2008 Rhys was fatally shot after innocently walking through a suburban car park. The area Rhys was walking in was Croxteth. This Liverpool charity is committed to its services by promoting change in the Croxteth area and further through its caring involvement and education.
Please give as much as you can, even the smallest donations means a lot to this great charity. Thank you so much for your support and help.
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