Frame of Mind hosted a month-long art show to raise awareness to the Port Orange-based wildlife rehabilitation center.
In an effort to raise awareness for East Coast Wildlife Rehab, Frame of Mind made them the beneficary of their 2016 Wildlife Benefit Show. For the month that the show was on display in their store, 30% of art sales were tallied and donated to the rehab, which safely rereleases hundreds of injured and orphaned animals back into their native habitats.
FoM said they chose to fundraise for East Coast because their small team is not funded by the state. The funds raised by artists and patrons — which totaled to $300 — went directly to help provide food, shelter, and medicine to hurt animals. The show ended with an event Aug. 27.
Find out more about East Coast Wildlife Rehab by visiting their website atwww.eastcoastwildliferehab.com.
The Art Studio at Frame of Mind continued community sea life inspired painting that was started at the the opening show. Get involved in helping finish the community canvas, which may be auctioned off after completion. Local band, "Botanical Cannibals," returned to the stage.