The Lost Warhols, a one-of-a-kind art exhibition based on images of Andy Warhol, is a collection of 66 unique works. The exhibit features Karen Bystedt's original photographs of Andy Warhol taken in 1983, as well as a series of collaborative mixed media works by critically acclaimed and emerging street artists such as Peter Tunney, Speedy Graphito, Gregory Siff, Bradley Theodore, and The Producer BDB. This marks the first time all 66 works will be exhibited as an ensemble. The eclectic pieces are all for sale to benefit God's Love.
This year, to honor our volunteers, we are excited to launch our new campaign: "1 of Over 10,000 Volunteers." The campaign celebrates each and every one of our 10,000 volunteers for their unique contributions to God's Love. Join us in using the hashtag #GiveBackGiveLove on social media to underscore the love our clients feel from our community of volunteers who are giving back, and giving love, with every hour they spend with God's Love.
You will see our volunteer campaign billboards at the Spring Street subway station (6th & Spring) at God's Love and at the Number 1 subway station at Houston Street. They feature some of our fantastic volunteers.
Sponsor a cake and help us deliver smiles! Chuck the Baker makes a birthday cake for every client, child, and senior caregiver on our program -- you can be a part of the celebration. Join our Birthday Bake Sale today!
At this year's Authors in Kind literary luncheon, we are delighted to welcome author, God's Love Board member and event emcee Linda Fairstein; Pulitzer-prize winner Jennifer Egan and her new book Manhattan Beach; Jeffrey Banks and his new book about the fashion designer Norman Norell entitled Norell: Master of American Fashion; and Alex Guarnaschelli and her latest cookbook The Home Cook: Recipes to Know by Heart.