THIS CAMPAIGN HAS NOW BEEN CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Amy Keller-Rempp and her husband, Antoine Rempp, have created a flood-relief fundraising platform with three organizations in mind:
- the Northern Lights Health Foundation,
- the Wood Buffalo Food Bank,
- and Samaritan’s Purse.
As the river break up flooded downtown Fort McMurray in the Spring of 2020, and many recently rebuilt homes were submerged, Amy was given a vision to paint for the cause, and the title evolved into ‘Angels Among Us‘.
The canvas aptly describes the scene of community volunteers sandbagging around the Northern Lights Regional Hospital in Fort McMurray. While angels kept watch, the hospital was spared. It is a very powerful memory of the day when God saved the community from another evacuation.
As mentioned above, 100% of the profits from from the sale of the prints will be donated to charities.
We are very grateful for the work and support that the Northern Lights Health Foundation (Hospital) offers to the region, the support that the local Food Bank continues to offer in those difficult times, and the members of Samaritans Purse who mobilized in numbers to help the evacuees deal with the aftermath of the devastation.
For any donation of $30 or more, you will receive a fine art paper print of ‘Angels Among Us‘ (size 11" by 14").
Please send us a message through the contact page, with your name, phone number, email and address, and we will mail you a print.
Please also note: GoFundMe sets a percentage of commission by default, but that commission is not mandatory. If you select "Other" and leave it blank or at zero dollar, your donation will not have any commission on it, and 100% of the money (minus credit card fee) will go towards the campaign.
For those of you who are local to Fort McMurray, we will organize locations where you'll be able to pick up your print.
For those who might be out of town or even out of province, we will confirm the shipping cost with you before shipping them out (see more details below).
Specializing in Canadian wildlife, and realistic landscape painting, Canadian Aboriginal artist, Amy Keller-Rempp has worked on artistic projects across the country. After her father’s death at an early age, she found solace from her grief through painting. Her online portfolio features incredible nature and wildlife painting derived from her travels through the length and breadth of the country; her images will speak to you and leave a long-lasting memory.
Some other individuals and companies have joined the effort by donating their time or sponsoring the campaign.
Thank you to:
- Christine Gogolinski of "Uncontained Photography", for graciously donating her time and skills to photograph the painting and providing the digital image for this campaign.
- Mary Thomas, for capturing our story,
- Jenelle & Malcom Setter of "Get Energy" for helping sponsor the campaign in order to offset some of the costs of generating the prints,
- and "Rempp Financial" for sponsoring the rest of the campaign in order to offset the balance of the costs of generating the prints, so 100% of the money raised will go to charity.
If you are making the minimum donation of $30, and would like your print to be shipped outside of Fort McMurray, shipping cost will be calculated based on your location and communicated to you. Group shipping might be arranged to avoid additional cost if multiple orders are processed within a similar location. Please email us at AngelsAmongUs@AmyKeller.com and we will work this out with you directly.
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