We are currently on a fluffy mission (march 2018 project). NOW you can only donate a fluffy friend for the upcoming mission in fall 2018. Of course you are welcome to donate in order to support our tiny art projects with and for Syrian refugee children happening these days.
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THE NEXT FLUFFY MISSION WILL TAKE PLACE END OF
LOBILAT will be visiting refugee camps in the BEKAA region (that's a mountain region in Lebanon, where many Syrian refugee camps are located). Besides bringing Syrian refugee children their donated fluffy friends, LOBILAT also runs different art activities with the children in the camps. More about those art activities can be found here.
How to donate a fluffy friend for a Syrian refugee child.
Donate 15 Euro over paypal for one fluffy friend to Lobilat´s own charity sub- account at "art aspects e.V."(a non-profit association).
Please add a message stating the name you want your fluffy friend to have. There is a paypal "message to merchant" feature. Please add the name there or mail it to Miss Stanhope firstname.lastname@example.org .
Transfer the donation to this bank account:
(Attention: new bank account since 22.12.2017)
art aspects e.V. Kunstverein
(International Bank Account Number)
BIC: GENO DEF1 SLR
(Bank Indentifier Code)
PLEASE also state the name, which you want your donated fluffy to have.
Some more relevant information...
A week after I have returned from Lebanon, where I will have distributed the fluffy friends to refugee children I will post a small photo documentation on my website. I will post many photos on instagram, Facebook and the website. I will not e able to post all the photos I make (usually close to a thousand).
Miss Stanhope tries to make photos of all the kids in the camp with their new fluffy friend. It is often a bit chaotic and it is not always possible to make a photo of each child. Also, the name tags are not always visible. Just imagine a children's birthday party. It is noisy and chaotic BUT fun.
THIS IS HOW IT LOOKED LIKED IN APRIL 2016
REFUGEE CHILDREN and their new FLUFFY FRIENDS