Harry K Foundation art show to fight childhood hunger in Delaware

REHOBOTH, Del.- Many organizations stopped doing events because of the coronavirus pandemic, but now that things have opened back up organizations like the Harry K Foundation are putting on new events.

The Harry K foundation helps to fight childhood hunger in Delaware.

Starting this Saturday they will have an art show at CAMP Rehoboth Community Center to raise money to feed kids across the state.

A retired Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse is donating 29 of her paintings for people to buy.

We are told that since COVID hit they have not been able to have large events to raise money for the children, so this art show is extra important for the community.

“Things like that you usually have at a larger event, so we have been trying to get inventive with events but still yet raise the money that we need to feed these children,” Tish Brey, a
executive board member for the Harry K Foundation, said.

We are told the art show starts goes from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday.

Also, Brey told us that their next event after this weekend will be their annual run and walk next Friday in Milton.

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