The Geon Christian Children’s Home is a Korean orphanage, founded in the 1960’s in the slums of Seoul by Yoon Kwon and Geon Chae. It currently takes care of 80 children and teenagers. OTBP donated a framed print of Ruggles and Little Rug Visit the American West. We were especially happy to hear the response from a director of the orphanage:
We hung it up on our counseling center wall. We love it t
NICCO - Nippon International Cooperation for Community Development - hosts an annual art auction in Kyoto each year to raise funds to support their overseas humanitarian projects, including training women in Africa to create contemporary clothing and merchandise from recycled kimonos, for sale at special pop-up locations in Kyoto.
Our 2020 donation for their Feb 2021 auction is "TA and Wally with
Seoul Foreign School, Seoul, Korea
(John donated a print to his high school alma mater!)
Nagomi Shinkyuu Seikotsuin, Kyoto, Japan
Hosford Counseling and Psychological Services Clinic, University of Santa Barbara, California
Donation of "Kuma and Goofy Visit the Queen" to Her Justice for their Annual Photography Auction & Benefit.
The auction revenues support the work of this organization, whose mission statement is, "Her Justice stands with women living in poverty in New York City by recruiting and mentoring volunteer lawyers to provide free legal help to address individual and systemic legal barriers."
New Milford Hospital Cancer Center, New Milford, Connecticut
Children's Hospital of Michigan, Detroit, Michigan
This is the waiting room for the children's emergency center. We donated two prints, because the hospital staff was so wonderful.
They wrote us afterwards,
The second print arrived today and I cannot tell you how happy I am. I work tirelessly to make our patients and families lives better during some very difficult times and there are no words t
This is the second print we donated to the Children's Hospital of Michigan, in Detroit, Michigan.
It is hung in front of the main reception desk of the emergency room.
This print is a special tribute to the men and women in our armed services. It was donated to the Canandaigua Veteran's Administration Medical Center in Canandaigua, New York.
It is entitled "TA and Wally Honor the Brave at the Luxembourg American Cemetery."
The city of Luxembourg served as headquarters for General George S. Patton's U.S. Third Army during World War II. Five thousand and seventy-si
Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts
We donated this print of "TA and Wally Visit the Pyramids of Giza" to the annual art auction of NICCO (Nippon International Cooperation for Community Development) in Kyoto, Japan.
The funds raised are used to support women in Africa, who are trained to sew unneeded kimonos into modern accessories for sale in Kyoto during special pop-up events.
This recycling helps the women earn revenue, as well a
We donated two prints to the annual art auction for the Spain-based Livingstone Foundation, whose mission is to support developing communities in rural Africa through education and health.
Livingstone Foundation finances new school buildings, provides books and educational materials, helps create access to clean water, and works with local charities and companies to do so.
Norwalk Hospital's Pediatric Subspecialty Center, Norwalk, Connecticut
Cleveland Clinic's Children's Rehabilitation Hospital, Shaker Heights, Ohio
Comer Children's Hospital, University of Chicago Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois.
TA and Wally prepare to mail a print to the Komatsu Picture Book Library for Children in Komatsu, Japan.
TA and Wally visited the library when they were doing a photo shoot in Komatsu, and read some picture books to the kids when they were there. This print was a "thank you" to the library for such a wonderful experience.
We support wildlife conservation with our donations, in addition to hospitals and hospices.
Free the Bears, an Australian group which rescues bears trapped in the bile extraction trade, is especially close to our heart.
We donated a print of "TA and Wally Visit Antarctica" to their annual fund-raising art auction.
Mount Carmel Hospice, Columbus, Ohio