2020 honor card features

painting by Ashley Vanore 

Our 2020 honor card features an original painting by Greensboro native Ashley Vanore. The inside message, "Thank you for living a life that inspires others to give" makes the card appropriate for sending any time during the year.

“For too many in our community, having a home, much less a place to eat, to sit, and to sleep is not a reality. Obtaining what is considered a most basic need can be an insurmountable challenge," Vanore said of her inspiration for the work. "My painting, A Chair at the Table, represents the incredible work The Barnabas Network does to provide families and individuals with furniture and necessities, helping to raise them out of troubling situations, and to give them a place of reprieve."


The original oil on canvas painting, which measures 16 x 20 inches and is framed in a gold-leaf floater, will be raffled in a live drawing at noon on Dec. 11. The painting is valued at $925. 

Cards and raffle tickets are available now by clicking on the link below. The deadline to buy raffle tickets is midnight Dec. 10. The drawing for the painting will be held live on Facebook at noon Dec. 11.

All proceeds from card sales and raffle tickets help underwrite The Barnabas Network's mission to provide home furnishings to neighbors working their way to self-sufficiency.

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The painting on the cover of the honor card, 'A Chair at the Table' by Ashley Vanore is a16 x 20 oil on canvas, framed in a gold leaf floater and valued at $925. The original painting, shown here, will be raffled at noon Dec. 11.

2020 Honor Card Options

5 cards for $20 (price includes shipping)

25 cards for $100 (price includes 1 raffle ticket and shipping)

1 raffle ticket for $20


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