Frontline charities receiving the aggregate of donation amounts will include those providing healthcare, food and medicines to those affected by the contagion, including elderly families severely impacted by public movement restrictions.

The registered Charities will receive funds on a pro-rata basis. They will issue receipt of funds to the specific donors (art purchasers) for the donation amount received by them.

All distributions will be recorded on the public blockchain providing a transparent audit record, in partnership with Fineqia International Inc.


Our Charities


ROTA is a social policy research organisation that focuses on issues impacting on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Communities. ROTA’s priorities are health, education and criminal justice.

As a BAME-led organisation, all ROTA’s work is based on the principle that those with direct experience of inequality should be central to solutions to address it. Our work is actively informed by the lived experiences of BAME communities and their organisations.

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The Care Workers Charity

The Care Workers’ Charity’s objective is supporting current and former care workers with one-off crisis grants. With almost 2 million care workers in the UK, contributing to one of the largest workforces, and caring for some of the most vulnerable people in our society. Care workers look after our society’s most vulnerable individuals, often for little reward. They spend their careers assisting others, but when circumstances change, sometimes it is the carers who need some help. We will be donating to their coronavirus care workers emergency fund to provide emergency financial aid to care workers who are self-isolating.

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ICUsteps was founded in 2005 by ex-patients, their relatives and ICU staff to support patients and their families through the long road to recovery from critical illness. Their aims are to:

  • Support patients and relatives affected by critical illness.
  • Promote recognition of the physical and psychological consequences of critical illness through education of the medical profession and the general public.
  • Encourage research into treatment and the prevention of these issues

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Khalsa Aid

Khalsa Aid is an international NGO that provides humanitarian aid in disaster areas and civil conflict zones around the world. The organisation is based upon the Sikh principle to recognise the entire human race as one. As the international community is gripped by the COVID-19 crisis, there has been unrest and panic buying in most countries.

In the UK this panic buying has resulted in shortages in food banks of essential items. Khalsa Aid international is supporting food banks by replenishing their stocks, and delivering food to frontline NHS workers, so that those vulnerable or unable to buy goods, can still receive some essential items.

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Silver Charity

Silver Charity was founded to help combat social isolation and loneliness by bringing older people together to engage in fun and interesting creative activities. Due to Coronavirus our monthly craft groups for the elderly have closed down. We are supporting isloated seniors in Lockdown by delivering craft care packages to their homes. We have teamed up with Age UK, Age Concern and The Salvation Army and they are delivering our craft care packages alongside their food parcels. We have delivered over 1800 packs so far throughout the South of England and want to extend it further in the UK. We really believe that our packages make a difference, whether to provide an activity to distract seniors from all this uncertainty or simply a reminder that they are not alone.

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Solace Women’s Aid exists to end the harm committed through violence against women and girls. Their aim is to work to prevent violence and abuse as well as providing services to meet the needs of survivors. Solace Women’s aid work alongside survivors to achieve independent lives free from abuse. We will be supporting their #StaySafeAtHome Covid-19 emergency appeal, to help ensure the continuing of their services in a time where self-isolation is likely to result in a peak in domestic violence.

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Za Teb

Za Teb is the first app in Eastern Europe to help fight domestic violence. It is designed in a way to make the process of finding information and help both faster and easier. Domestic violence is a physical, sexual, psychological, emotional and financial abuse of another person living in the same household. There is often a violation of human rights in public and private spaces. Za Teb is joining forces with all the NGOs in the country, as well as, police, a national help line and specialists in order to fight domestic violence. If you are a victim or have a friend/ family member who is, the app will give you all the information and support you need in order to get out of this situation in the easiest way possible.

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View the collection of artworks in our online auction and start bidding to support frontline charitable efforts and help those affected by the COVID-19 contagion.

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