Chief creative officer Pete Favat of Deutsch North America hosted a silent art auction to raise money for the homeless youth living on the streets of Los Angeles.
The silent art auction titled '100 Pieces' set a goal to collect and auction off 100 pieces of artwork crated by local L.A artists. All of the money that was raised during the event was sent to 'Safe Place for Youth.' The event resulted in selling over 100 pieces of art and raising $50,000.
The entire event was created and executed in the span of three weeks by Pete Favat, his wife and help form workers at Safe Place for Youth. The event shows how dedication and creativity can result in a unique event that helps a meaningful cause. This event not only contributes to social good campaigns, but it also allows artists to gain valuable exposure.
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