Come along to Black Penny Surry Hills on 16th of April for the launch of the #ShoesforSydney Art Exhibition.
Created by The Cook, His Wife & Her Shoes to support Rough Threads, this exhibition is aimed to raise awareness of the issues surrounding those experiencing homelessness in Sydney. Artworks by Mike Watt, Sindy Sinn, Cole Bennetts, Billy Hope, Irene Feleo and more will be offered for sale, with proceeds going to Rough Threads. Put it in your diary and make sure you head along to help make a difference! The show will be open until 26 April 2016. Email email@example.com for more info or phone our boutique on 9319 1587
We look forward to you joining us
When: Saturday 16th April 2016 – From 4pm
Where: Black Penny – 648 Bourke Street, Surry Hills 2010
The Cook & The Wife created the #Shoes for Sydney concept in 2015 when realising the struggle that those experiencing homelessness have when it comes to footwear. They teamed up with Sydney charity ‘Rough Threads’ and offered an in store reward to people who donated their good quality footwear. The donated footwear was then handed on to those who need them at Rough Threads events. The Wife then volunteered at the event and helped with fitting shoes on people who had none. It was there that she realised the importance of the #Shoes for Sydney campaign.
During the first week of every month, we encourage you to deliver good quality, clean,unwanted shoes to our Crown Street Boutique where they will be re-allocated to those in need. The next drop off period will be 4th April – 10th April.