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Handmade collage on paper titled "The People of Palestine" by Abigail Winitzky. 100% of the proceeds made from this sale will be donated to the organization of your choice, PCRF for Urgent Relief for Gaza's Children or Doctors Without Borders.


This is the original piece.


Size: 11 X 14 inches


All sales are final.


In light of the recent violence that has left thousands dead, injured, and homeless in Gaza, the Palestine Children's Relief Fund (PCRF) is mobilizing their resources with unwavering determination. Their urgent humanitarian response aims to address the immediate needs of Gaza's population, providing vital medical care through volunteer missions and treatment, and essential supplies to those who have been tragically impacted by the devastating bombings. Through their dedicated humanitarian efforts, they will again bring comfort and relief to those in desperate need, fostering a sense of hope and solidarity in the face of adversity.


The PCRF provides free medical care to children in the Middle East, regardless of their nationality or religion, who do not have access to the care they need. To accomplish this, they operate a wide variety of programs that range from meeting the monthly medical needs of children with chronic conditions, to bringing volunteer surgical teams to the Middle East to perform life-changing and life-saving procedures and train local medical staff to creating the first pediatric cancer department in Palestine.


Click here to learn more about PCRF:



Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) continues to call for an immediate and unconditional ceasefire for the delivery of urgently needed humanitarian aid. MSF calls for the urgent establishment of safe spaces and safe passage for civilians trapped in Gaza. People who are wounded or sick must receive medical care. Medical facilities and personnel must be protected and respected; hospitals and ambulances are not targets.


Click here to learn more about Doctors Without Boarders:


"The People of Palestine"

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