Win bespoke artwork by comedian Jenny Eclair and support SPANA

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SPANA is delighted to have received a bespoke piece of artwork from British comedian, Jenny Eclair, which will be raffled online to raise vital funds for working animals across the world.

Tickets to win Jenny’s unique painting of a donkey can be purchased on Galabid until 9.00am 18 July 2024, and the winner will be drawn at 10.00am the same day.

Comedian and actress Jenny Eclair signs a certificate of authenticity for her donkey painting which is raffling to raise funds for working animals

A comedian, novelist and actress, Jenny is best known for her roles in Taskmaster, Grumpy Old Women and on the chat show Loose Women. She is an avid artist and has kindly gifted her latest creation to SPANA to support the charity’s work.

Jenny says: ‘I love painting and art is a huge part of my life. To be able to combine that passion with helping SPANA to raise funds for their lifesaving work across the world is wonderful.

‘Globally, it is estimated that more than 200 million working animals support the livelihoods of families in low-income communities, through such activities as transporting food, water, goods and firewood. Yet despite their critical importance to communities, working animals often face difficult lives and poor welfare, working in extreme conditions, with no available veterinary care when they are sick or injured. That’s why SPANA’s work is so very important.

‘I’m thrilled to donate a one-of-its kind piece of art to raise funds for SPANA, a truly worthy charity that I’m very proud to support.’

Find out more about the raffle and purchase your tickets from the Galabid website.

Entrants must reside in England, Wales or Scotland and be over the age of 18 to participate. See full terms and conditions for more information.

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