Supporting Haven House
We were contacted by Haven House a few months ago and asked if we would be interested in helping raise money at their 2021 charity auction. Of course, we were more than happy to do something special and this week we were able to deliver a very special Limited first edition print of a 1968 Jaguar E-Type that was shot by photographer Tim Wallace. The print is a large framed A1 and is edition 1 of 100 and also features a certificate of authenticity that was specially designed for the Haven House auction.
The print was prepared and carefully crafted by Limited100. Photographer Tim Wallace has been working with Limited and currently is a contributor to their amazing collection of automotive art that is available worldwide to their customers as limited-edition prints.
Limited100 the home of British automotive art
At Limited100 the mission is to become and be recognised as the world’s number one destination for exclusive automotive wall art. They offer car enthusiasts a choice of limited edition prints of a variety of vintage, classic and modern photography in your perfect print format. Any image, any size, any format, anywhere in the world, but always limited to 100. Cars are an extension of a petrolhead's personality and Limited100 gives you a way to get your hands on something collectible, and that will look brilliant on your wall for decades to come.
Simon Wright, founder, Limited100 added “Haven House has a titanic target of £4.4 million each year to be able to continue to care for the children and families they support. Of this only around 19% is funded by the NHS and local authorities. While it’s only a small contribution on our part, we hope our limited-edition automotive wall art helps Haven House as part of their forthcoming charity auction”
Tim Wallace, Artist, added: “Haven House do amazing work and the team work very hard to give the children the best life possible. It was a great opportunity to do our little bit to help them raise much needed funds so that the support can continue for the children and indeed the parents. ”
Haven House Children's Hospice was first conceived in the early 1990s, as the brainchild of Sue Irwin, a registered nurse and health visitor, who with friends and colleagues founded the charity to provide care to life-limited children and their families at no cost to them.
Haven House supports local children and families, from birth, who are seriously ill and have life-limiting or life-threatening conditions.
Today, Haven House has supported hundreds of families, looking after children and young people, from birth, who have life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. Haven House need to raise £4.4 million each year be able to continue to care for the children and families we support. Of this only around 19% is funded by the NHS or local authorities. To help in this task the charity organises special events and auctions.
Recent donors to these auction events have included Moncler, Sir Antony Gormley, The James Dyson Foundation, Tom Kerridge, and McLaren Racing. The next major auction should will be held in October at the annual Haven House Ball and last year an online auction and a special raffle raised over £54,000.
We wish Haven House every success with the auction and we fully support the amazing work that the whole team do with both children and parents.
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