Emillions Art Announces Hurricane Relief Campaign

Marlissa Gardner, founder and president of Emillions Art

We have been amazed at outreach throughout the country and feel a deep sense of responsibility to contribute to the amazing recovery efforts in place.”
— Marlissa Gardner

NAPLES, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Emillions Art today announced its campaign to help hurricane victims through the Hurricane Relief Fund.

“In the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Jose and Maria, so many of our neighbors are reeling in the aftermath, their lives utterly destroyed,” says Marlissa Gardner, founder and president of Emillions Art. “We have been amazed at outreach throughout the country and feel a deep sense of responsibility to contribute to the amazing recovery efforts in place.”

Emillions Art, is a respected source for contemporary fine art representing both artists and collectors. For the month of October, Emillions will donate 25 percent of its profits to The Collier Relief Fund, where 100% of all donations received are distributed to Collier County victims and their families, as well as the Global Giving Fund, where donations exclusively support all necessary relief and recovery efforts in the US and Caribbean.

“Emillions Art is a global art business but we are based in Naples and we were devastated by Hurricane Irma,” says Gardner. “People think of Naples as home to some of the wealthiest individuals in the country, but there is a large section of Naples of service industry professionals who have lost their homes and can't afford to rebuild. Emillions Art hopes to help restore this beautiful community that has given us so much light.”

Gardner says Emillions Art is deeply committed to this campaign. These efforts represent the values of the Emillions community.

“We're not a big company, we're actually a very small company, but if there's something we can do, we should do it,” says Gardner.

For more information on Emillions Art, visit https://www.emillionsart.com

To view the art available for purchase, visit https://emillionsart.com/shop

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