IJM Silent Auction April 9-10


As a part of the IJM Justice Week, IJM is hosting an Art Exhibit and Silent Auction.


You do not want to miss this event!


Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the International Justice Mission nonprofit organization that aims to deal with issues of human trafficking including prosecution of perpetrators and rehabilitation for victims.


The artwork was created by various Regent University Students from various undergraduate departments as well as the School of Law!

Here are some samples of art available at the auction.
 
The Silent Auction has been extended through 9 pm tonight.

Items may be viewed in the Library Gallery (when you walk into the library, go straight to the back where all of the comfy orange couches are).

You may choose to add your bid on a physical piece of paper there OR you can go to the Facebook page and make an electronic bid by adding a comment to the photo of the artwork you'd like.

Don't forget that the proceeds go for a great cause! Contribute a little and you could end up with a one of a kind piece of art made by students with a passion for fighting the injustice of human trafficking.

To see what else IJM has been up to this week check out: http://regentlawphotos.blogspot.com/2013/04/ijm-justice-week-april-8-12.html

For more information, or if you have any questions please contact Joseph Maughon at ijm@mail.regent.edu.


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