Suffolk exhibition, Art for Cure, has raised an incredible £100,000 for Breast Cancer Now at their 2016 fundraising event.
Art for Cure, one of the UK's best contemporary art and sculpture shows, returned earlier this year after the success of its 2014 show. The 2016 exhibition was held at in the magnificent grounds of Glemham Hall, Suffolk and included more than 70 well-known artists and sculptors.
Friends Belinda Gray and Sally Ball founded Art for Cure as a way to support vital research into breast cancer, having both been diagnosed with breast cancer in the last four years.
The 2016 exhibition showcased exclusive pieces from popular names including Vanessa Gardiner, Henrietta Dubrey and Maggi Hambling. The event also gathered support from Ed Sheeran and a variety of other celebrity art fans who created their very own canvases for auction, including Imelda Staunton, Delia Smith, Zoe Wanamaker, Andy Murray, Dame Judi Dench and many, many more.
Following on from the huge success of the 2014 exhibition, more than 8,000 people visited the exhibition in Glemham Hall over three days and the event raised an incredible £100,000 for Breast Cancer Now.
We'd like to say a huge thank you to our amazing supporters Sally, Belinda and Emma from Art for Cure for coming into our head office in London this week and presenting our Chief Executive, Delyth Morgan with a huge cheque for £100,000!