Food For London Now: Art prints to help boost funds to feed the hungry

Abbianca Makoni
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<p>Volunteers: Daisy Affum and Errol Johnson portrayed by Henry Hudson</p> (Henry Hudson)

Volunteers: Daisy Affum and Errol Johnson portrayed by Henry Hudson

(Henry Hudson)

Artist Henry Hudson is selling prints of five digital paintings he has created of people supported by our Food For London Now campaign.

Each will sell for £150 with all the proceeds going towards our charitable partner With Compassion, whose volunteers are cooking 1,000 meals a day at London Scottish House to tackle food poverty.

As well as Daisy Affum and Errol Johnson, his subjects include Sarah, 23, who said the food from our campaign has saved her from anxiety, and Ramy Marcelo, 20, who struggled to eat when lockdown started.

The prints can be bought at

Let’s Feed London Now!

This November and December, together with our sister title The Independent, we will be delivering food directly to 1,000 Londoners a day through our partner With Compassion. Please donate here to help ensure no Londoner goes hungry this Christmas.

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