3 embroidery artists weave NFT charity event to help victims of human trafficking


Three embroidery artists—Katerina Marchenko of Russia, Aline Brant of Brazil, and Ninni Luhtasaari of Finland—announced on Thursday that they will auction their non-fungible token (NFT) artwork to support Hope, a registered charity in Austria future. The proceeds from the auction will help victims of human trafficking find entry-level jobs after their painful experience.

Katerina Marchenko embroidery. Source: Katerina Marchenko

NFT sales will be at Olika Between December 27th and 30th, the base price for each piece is $500. The goal of the auction is to raise $10,000 for employment programs.

“Even if someone offers survivors the possibility to escape, most of them are traumatized by their own experience. They know little about the local language and they must first gradually integrate into normal life,” Andrea Staudenherz, founder of Hope For the Future Added:

“It is incredible that these famous embroidery artists can now support our charity work through Orica all over the world. These NFTs make us hope that we can fund five-day training in 2022. Our current budget is only Four days.”

Marchenko, who has more than 400,000 followers on Instagram, added: “I’m following this year’s excitement about NFT, but I need a more important reason than participating in it to make money. When Orica told me about hopeful future events, it became My reason is bigger. I am very happy to auction my art for such an important cause.”

“Work 6.” Source: Irene Brandt

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This year, the intersection between philanthropy and NFT has developed rapidly.In one example, Orica organized an NFT drop in cooperation with the registered Austrian charity Bbanga Project and German digital artist Mellowmann, and the proceeds will be used Build a school in Uganda. In the United States, the IRS allows well-wishers to offset their donations of cryptocurrency or NFT proceeds against their ordinary income, thereby Save a lot of taxes At the same time, donate to public welfare undertakings.

“Hold me tight.” Source: Ninni Luhtasaari