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ABOUT THE BEAUTIFUL PROJECT

ABOUT

Borne out of her passion for creating art and desire to share that joy with others, artist Pamela Sukhum, launched the Beautiful Project in early 2006 and has since worked to inspire and empower communities world-wide through the vehicle of art. The Beautiful Project has worked closely with communities in 8 countries across the globe and over 20 cities in the United States– using art as a means of bringing people together and as a healing and self-empowering force in their lives.

Please know that every sale of Pamela's artwork helps to support Beautiful Projects around the world.

2021:BEAUTY AND BREAD

What your purchase or donation supports in 2021

Our mission with The Beautiful Project is embodied by the words, “Beauty and Bread”, which point to the essential need of every human body to be fed and nourished and each individual’s need for self-expression in the world. 

 

Your purchase of art would specifically support in the following ways for 2021:

  • An ongoing contribution and partnership to The Hunger Project, an organization that supports resource-poor communities towards self-sufficiency. An ongoing contribution and partnership to The Hunger Project, an organization that supports resource-poor communities towards self-sufficiency.

  • Contributions and art donations to Pathways for Youth in Saint Cloud, MN.

  • Contributions and art donations to Habilitat Long-Term Recovery Center on Oahu, HI.

  • Support for our planned 2022 Community Mural Projects.

  • Financial support for the continuing educational scholarships for three children in Rakai, Uganda, an area ravaged by HIV/AIDS.

    • Beatrice N.  (age 10 – education paid for by The Beautiful Project for 7 years)

    • Faith N. (age 12 – education paid for by The Beautiful Project for 7 years)

    • Paul S. - University Education  (age 17 – education paid for by The Beautiful Project for 9 years)