What is “Art From the HeART”?
Each year artist Jeff Hanson features a philanthropic Valentine’s Day project called “Art From the HeART”.
Nominate your favorite U.S. charity for their chance to win an original Jeff Hanson painting for their next live auction.
The charity must host an event featuring a LIVE AUCTION.
The top five nominated charities are announced on Facebook.
Fans will then have the opportunity to vote on Facebook for the charity of choice by clicking “like” on ONE of the five charity logos through February 13th.
The winning charity, announced on Facebook on Valentine’s Day will be gifted an original Jeff Hanson painting for their next live auction. Past winners are ineligible.
NOMINATE your favorite U.S. charity February 1-7 at JeffHansonArt.com
LIKE Jeff Hanson Art on Facebook. Five most-nominated charities will be announced on Facebook February 8
VOTE for ONE of the five charities by liking their logo on Jeff Hanson Art Facebook February 8-13 WINNER will be announced on Jeff Hanson Art Facebook Valentine’s Day at 5 pm (CST)
Tip: RALLY the charity fan base. SHARE “Art From the HeART” on social media and emails to boost nominations and votes for your favorite charity.
One nomination per person.
Past winners include:
Braden’s Hope for Childhood Cancer (Olathe, KS)
Cannonball Kid’s Cancer (Orlando, FL)
Team Jack Foundation (Atkinson, NE)
Michael Mosier Defeat DIPG Foundation (Bethesda, MD)
Sammy’s Superheroes Foundation (Columbus, NE)
Jeff Hanson is an award-winning, visually impaired artist, philanthropist and entrepreneur who creates heavily textured, brightly colored acrylic paintings on canvas.
While Jeff enjoys a very successful career as a commissioned artist, his philanthropic spirit has resulted in more than 220 charities benefiting in $3 million from his auctioned works.
Jeff Hanson, as featured on CBS Sunday Morning on 3/29/15 and 8/13/17
“Every act of kindness helps create kinder communities, more compassionate nations and a better world for all … even one painting at a time.”
– Jeff Hanson