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Gifts For Good Day 5: Art House Meath


You may have noticed we are quite appreciative of a little bit of artistic talent and the way it can do so much for a person. Which brings us to Art House Meath, the subject of Day 5 of our ethical gift guide.

Art House Meath offers an artistic outlet to people living with disabilities. Their range of artwork is produced through their work with men and women living with complex epilepsy, learning and physical difficulties. 

You can buy some truly unique original paintings as well as various gifts, accessories and nice things to put in your home. If you are stuck for gift ideas or just need some wrapping paper, go and check out arthousemeath.com to grab something special.

100% of the sales goes into maintaining the enterprise and running their programs for disabled persons.

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