The Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland to Benefit from KP Art Show

At Kalman & Pabst Photo Group, food regularly takes center stage with the nature of our work and social gatherings. With such accessibility of food around the studio, we realize it is important to not overlook the incessant hunger issues happening in our very own backyard.

With that, the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland (HNGC), which is on a mission to reduce hunger in our community, seemed like the perfect fit as the beneficiary of the 2016 KP Fine Art Show.

We were surprised and disheartened to learn that in Cleveland, a city renowned for its food scene, one out of three people still can’t afford the meals they need. To counter this, the Hunger Network places meals directly into the hands of 60,000 people every month, more than 40 percent of which are children.

The most surprising statistic? A mere $1 donation provides 4 nutritious meals.

Because our studio is built on a 30-year-old mantra of a mutual respect — for each other, for our clients, and especially to our neighbors, we will be donating 20% of every piece sold at the

KP Fine Art Show to the local non-profit organization. Additionally, during the show, donated artwork from each featured artist will be raffled off with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the Hunger Network ($5 per ticket, or $10 for 3 tickets - winners do not have to be present).

We hope that you’ll support our efforts by purchasing artwork and impacting our community.

For more information about the Fine Art Show and how your purchases support the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland, visit #KPArtShow