In our volunteer room on the second floor with windows that overlook the dining room below we have recruited Jason Robins to construct for us a mosiac wood tile piece. The installation will be 10 feet long and 8 feet high and captures the essence of what our organisation does – people, shelter, and food. Each tile will be 10 inches by 10 inches and sells for $343 – the equivalent of 100 meals served through our meal program! To date we have sold 45% of the wall! Each of the donors will be listed on a separate plaque posted beside the large mural as part of their legacy to the Samaritan Project.
To provide you with a visual I have included the following pictures to illustrate:
This picture is the full picture in full colour. The following picture the brightness is turned up so you can see the individual tiles:
The last picture depicts the 45% sold on this wall:
If you are interested in purchasing a legacy volunteer tile please contact our main office and designate your donation of $343 to the Legacy Volunteer Tile Wall. Your name (or as directed) will be added to the plaque listing everyone who has purchased a tile. Thank you for your continuing support of The Samaritan Project!