BID TIME. DO GOOD. GET ART. Timeraiser supports emerging artists and nonprofit organizations.
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Oct 3, 2018 TIMERAISER TORONTO
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BID TIME. DO GOOD. GET ART.
Established in 2003, Framework Foundation's signature program Timeraiser supports emerging Canadian artists and nonprofit organizations. Timeraiser is a silent art auction where attendees bid volunteer time, not dollars, for original art. In addition to supporting emerging artists (each work of art is purchased at market price), Timeraiser wants to foster and celebrate volunteerism nationally and in local communities.
Timeraiser is committed to inclusion and diversity we aim to ensure representation of underrepresented groups within Canada and to create an environment in which people feel involved, respected, valued and connected.
Through Timeraiser initiative we aim:
To promote the culture of volunteerism across Canada
To celebrate Canada’s emerging artists
To assist in building the capacity of nonprofits in Canada
To form connections within the community and break down barriers
To celebrate the vast ethnoracial and cultural diversity that is central to what makes Canada great.
Artists are paid for their work, nonprofits find skilled volunteers, Canadians find meaningful volunteer opportunities.
Timeraiser events are made possible thanks to the efforts of dedicated volunteers across Canada.
IMPACT FOR NON PROFITS
NONPROFITS FIND SKILLED VOLUNTEERS
We offer Timeraiser attendees the opportunity to earn a piece of artwork by volunteering time, not dollars. Timeraiser art winners are not only proud new arts patrons, but they also benefit from volunteering and contributing to social good in their communities. Over 13 million Canadians volunteer, according to Imagine Canada, who calculates the monetary value of a volunteer hour at $25.
Since 2003, by the numbers:
200,000 + Volunteer Hours performed by art winners
1293 Unique nonprofits have participated
89% Overall satisfaction rate
IMPACT FOR PARTICIPANTS
EARN ART WITH TIME, NOT DOLLARS
Starting an art collection often feels out of the reach - How do we foster the next generation of arts patrons while valuing Canadian artists? Timeraiser art winners are not only proud new arts patrons, but they also benefit from volunteering and contributing to social causes they care about.
101 hours Average bid (to be completed over 12 months)
IMPACT FOR ARTISTS
WE ALWAYS PAY ARTISTS
Did you know the average household income for visual artists is almost one-third of the national average?
Since 2003, the Framework Foundation has:
Invested $1,168,900 in Canadian Artists
Featured 1191 Unique Artists across Canada