JAaron, who I first met at a Q102 Jingleball ticket raid in 2010, graciously has donated this original piece of his work to support DonorsChoose classrooms. We are also supporting the kids whose lives are saved through the work of The Trevor Project and giving fresh water to people who don't have it. You can see more of JAaron's work here. Follow JAaron on Twitter: @JAaronAnderson
Every $5 donation you make on one of our giving pages = one entry to win this original painting. Drawing will be held on or around July 11, 2012.
Quick links to our giving pages:
http://bit.ly/n1nmHa TREVOR PROJECT GIVING PAGE
http://bit.ly/alngives DONORSCHOOSE GIVING PAGE
Charity Water ADAM'S CHARITY WATER CAMPAIGN*
*(since this is not a page I created, you MUST send me proof of donation/date--receipt/screen shot of your name/donation/date)
There will also be 2 second prizes: signed copies of the Rolling Stone with the article "Adam Lambert Storms the Dance Floor" signed by Adam at Q102 in February.
After donating, YOU MUST notify me of your donation by e-mailing your receipt OR the name you donated under to email@example.com
If you do not donate on our giving pages, I cannot track your donation, and therefore can not enter you in the raffle. If you do not email me, I will not be able to notify you if you win! PLEASE follow the links, or contact me for the link. The only exception is the Charity Water page, which is Adam's. If you donate there, you MUST send me a screen cap of your donation along with your receipt.
ALSO: Winner will need to pay the cost of the shipping the painting, UPS ground.
When Adam signed this painting, he said "This is beautiful!"
See a video of Adam signing this painting outside the Gibson Guitar Center, Washington, DC Posted by LisaZLisa on
Thank you Colin Drummond for tweeting this
photo and saying a nice thing about Adam.
Other sites that featured Colin's photos of Adam signing the painting:
Added bonus for the painting winner: The winner will also receive the Sharpie that Adam signed the painting with!
Adam and I the day he signed the painting: