Louise supports many charities with her artwork and here are some of the recent events where Louise has made a donation of one of her prints. If you are an organiser or fundraiser please do note that we are limited to the number of prints we can donate per year and unfortunately this means that we have to decline some invitations to participate in projects.
MOTHER'S CHOICE 30TH ANNIVERSARY GALA DINNER 2017
Mother's Choice remains a worthy cause Louise continues to support. In celebration of their 30th anniversary Louise donated her Hong Kong Ferry canvas print which went on to raise a phenomenal HK$57,500 in the auction. In addition, Hong Kong Ferry imagery was used for all event promotion and media, both preceding and on the night.
Hearty congratulations on raising almost HK$3 million!
CHRISTINA NOBLE FOUNDATION - HONG KONG RUGBY 7'S LADIES LONG LUNCH 2017
The Christina Noble Foundation, is an organisation providing support to children and their families in Vietnam and Mongolia through Healthcare, Education and Community Development. I was proud to support again by donating my We Love Hong Kong design to the event.
CHRISTINA NOBLE FOUNDATION - HONG KONG RUGBY 7'S LADIES LONG LUNCH 2016
It is always a pleasure to be able to support the Christina Noble Foundation, an organisation providing support to children and their families in Vietnam and Mongolia through Healthcare, Education and Community Development. Louise donated her Bird & Flower Market design to the event.
MSIS ART EXHIBITION, SINGAPORE 2015
The Australian High Commissioner played host to the Silent Art Auction by local artists and children from Melbourne Specialist International School to raise funds towards the creation of a Vocational Training Centre.
Louise donated her first Singapore print - Singapore Shophouse - for the event.
CHRISTINA NOBLE FOUNDATION - RUGBY 7'S LADIES LONG LUNCH 2014
An annual event and highlight in many people's calendars, the Ladies Long Lunch is known for raising funds for the Christina Noble Children's Foundation. Louise donated her print - Hong Kong Ferry - as part of the auction during the event.