Eleven-Year-Old Artist Helps Homeless Animals!
The ASPCA’s 2010 Kid of the Year kid has done it again! Eleven-year-old artist and author Olivia Bouler is on a new mission to help animals—and the ASPCA. Last year, Olivia raised thousands of dollars for the animals affected by the catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf. She sent watercolor bird illustrations to those who donated to the Audubon Society in honor of the birds harmed by the spill.
In a new partnership with the company ArtStamps, Olivia is using her artistic talents to help animals once again. An imprint of her latest design of her pets, Quinn, and Clara, or any of her other art gallery images, are now available on more than 500 products offered by ArtStamps. And 25% of all sales from Olivia’s gallery will be donated to the ASPCA!
What do you love to do? Just like Olivia, you can use your favorite activities to help raise life-saving funds for homeless animals. Visit our Get Involved section for more ways you can make a difference!