Limited Edition Chris Greer Print Raffle for The Orianne Society
Our friends at The Orianne Society were unable to hold their annual fundraiser this year so they’ve moved the auction to the virtual world. And to help them raise some funds for their non-profit, our friend Chris Greer has donated a beautiful, limited edition, 30″ x 20″ aluminum print valued at $350. Not only does this print look amazing on aluminum, but it won’t warp and can even be hung outside!
Raffle tickets are $5 with 100% of the money raised going directly to benefit the work of the team at The Orianne Society.
Chris Greer is a talented local photographer and one half of the Appalachian Apertures team. He is also the author of the best selling, Georgia Discovered, a guidebook exploring the best of the peach state.
The Orianne Society is one of the leading organizations for the conservation of reptiles and amphibians. They are focused on science and the conservation of critical habitats. Though they think globally, they work strategically in specific landscapes through well-designed initiatives. Within each of these initiatives, they define places and species as conservation priorities. They work with a diverse group of partners in each initiative to achieve conservation success. The funds from this raffle will go to further this mission.
We’ll be drawing a winner in a few weeks and notifying everyone who purchased a raffle ticket of the winner.